Human trafficking is the present-day face of slavery. Young people are being kidnapped and coerced into criminal activities by those who care only for money and power. This is not a big city problem- it’s everywhere and it’s growing. HUMAN GOLD is the second book in a series about the adventures of Jenny Tallchief, DVM. Living in a small Oklahoma town doesn’t provide protection from large scale criminal elements. No one knows that better than Jenny’s husband, the Undersheriff in their county. In this novel, the Tallchief family finds themselves tangled in a double mystery involving modern day slavery and echoes of the Civil War that was fought to abolish it.
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by on September 30, 2016
- AuthorHouse, September 2013
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