by Angelia Moses

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Pulling a truck over for a light that had burned out, the officer notices the driver is acting strange. After backup arrives, the trailer's doors are opened, and a waft of putrid air escapes into the night. As the officers peer into the trailer, they notice, up at the front, are women hunkered trying to generate enough heat to attempt to keep warm. They barely have any clothes on, and there are no blankets to keep them warm. A bucket has been placed at the back of the trailer.
Jefe, a local horse rancher in a small town outside of El Paso, has just had one of his women escape from his ranch. He has to quickly locate the girl before she is able to get to the authorities. His reputation and the extra money he is making on the side will all be gone if she cannot be located. He has an idea of where she might be, but his search for her has come up without any success. Searching and trying to solve this issue lands him with a load of women that have already been confiscated and the anticipation of another load arriving within the week.
Will the local sheriff, Monte Harrington, and his team be able to solve the case of a woman that showed up at his ranch? With the recent seizure of women in the trailer and the woman found in his hayloft, Monte is having to investigate leads that a possible human trafficking ring is operating in his jurisdiction. Will his attraction to the woman from the loft block his ability to solve the case?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161255704
Publisher: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc
Publication date: 01/25/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 318 KB

About the Author

Angelia Moses was born in Nebraska but, later in her early childhood, moved to Texas. She graduated from Texas A&M Commerce with her bachelor in childhood education and later acquired her master’s in education in Educational Technology and Leadership from Lamar University. She has been a teacher since 2008, focusing on writing and aspects of technology. Her hobbies include reading, playing the bass guitar, attending concerts, and traveling. She has lived most of her life in North Texas with her husband and two daughters.
Angelia has been a Christian for over twenty years and enjoys reading the Bible and getting involved in church activities and Bible studies. She has developed a heart regarding the issue of human trafficking while attending a Christian concert. Being felt like she was led by God to write, she began researching statistics on human trafficking, organizations involved in human trafficking, and talked to people who knew about this issue. She spends time researching stories of various ways trafficking can take form. She then generates fictional stories about how Christ could have threaded His story through the person’s life.

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