Thursday, 8 January 2015

The Trafficked (Detective Johnny Mann #2) by Lee Weeks

Missing children. An evil racket. A race against time …
Summoned to meet his boss, rebellious Detective Johnny Mann expects to be told that he is being demoted. Instead he is ordered to lead the investigation into the kidnapping of Amy Tang - the illegitimate daughter of a major player in the skin trade, CK Leung.
Mann is reluctant to help - he has crossed paths with CK before- but he has no choice.
Nine-year-old Amy is the third child to be kidnapped and held for a vast sum of money, but while the other two children were released after the vast ransom was paid, Amy is still being held captive.
Mann's investigation takes him to London, where he teams up with DC Becky Stamp. Within days of his arrival, an arson attack kills twelve women and children. The charred bodies of the victims are found chained to their beds - their injuries rendering them identifiable…
What is the link between the kidnapping of Amy in Hong Kong and the deaths of these women and children and can Mann discover the truth before it's too late.
Prepare to be terrorised all over again with this disturbingly addictive thriller from the writer hailed as the female James Patterson.

I've had this book for 3 years and it's been 3 years since I've read her 1st book The Trophy Taker. 

Detective Johnny Mann is on the case of a missing Triad's Daughter. There is a turf war going on in the middle of this storyline. There are some things in this story that will make you cringe, turn away from the book and think what is the world coming to.

I can't wait to see what else Detective Mann does in the next book.

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