Tia Suarez jumped off the pages in Griffin's brilliant debut novel, Benefit of the Doubt. Now she takes center stage in her own story, A Voice from the Field, a gripping thriller about human trafficking in the U.S.
Gunther Kane and his white supremacist group are using forced prostitution to finance the purchase of automatic weapons. Kane snatches young women off the streets and sells them to hundreds of men. When a victim is used up, she's killed and dumped. After all, there are always more where she came from.
Physically recovered from being shot but struggling with PTSD, Tia Suarez almost doesn't believe her eyes when she glimpses a Hispanic teenager bound and gagged in the back of Kane's van. The look of terror on the woman's face makes Tia desperate to rescue her.
Kane's in the crosshairs of the FBI, who don't want a small-town Wisconsin detective messing up their big gun bust.
Tia Suarez doesn't back down for anyone. Not the department shrink; not the feds who dismiss her; not even her boyfriend, a Marine veteran who thinks she doesn't know what she's getting into. Tia will find the missing teen come hell or high water.
At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
About the Author
Neal Griffin is the Los Angeles Times bestselling author of Benefit of the Doubt. The son of a philosophy professor, Griffin grew up in Eau Claire, WI, a town much like Newberg, the setting of his first novels. After a stint in the Marines, Griffin went into law enforcement, and is currently Criminal Investigations Division Commander in a small city in California. He is a graduate of the FBI's invitation-only National Academy training program and is a certified Master Instructor in law enforcement leadership and ethics. Griffin is married to Olga Diaz and has four children.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
A Voice from the Field is another winning entry in the Newberg Novels written by Neil Griffin. This time out Tia Suarez is in the middle of a human trafficking ring that threatens to destroy her career when she investigates a missing girl. The locals do not want the case. Eventually the feds lead by an unidentified and mysterious security agency big foot the case leaving Tia and her boss out in the cold. Tia has no doubt that a girl has been kidnapped but the federal boys have a different objective in mind. They want to bring down a pervasive gang who claims to want to defend America and what it stands for. Tia has to convince her chief and her colleagues that there is a missing girl hiding in the small town of Newberg. Readers will instantly like and care for Tia as she battles police department bureaucracy and as well as the Federal government security agency that nobody seems to have heard of. I read this in a few days. When you buy A Voice from the Field be prepared to do nothing but get involved in a splendid and absorbing story.
A Voice from the Field The book starts out with Tia posing as a prostitute. There is an attempt to abduct her. She sees young girl bound in the van. The book follows Tia’s attempt to find the young girl. The pursuit is centered in a guy by the name of Kane who is let go by the local prosecutor on the assault of police officer. Tia continues to pursue him and his dealings. He is trying to put together a large purchase of guns and needs money. His main business and source of money revolves around a strip bar. The story is very well told and evolves in a manner that makes it a great book. I really enjoyed it and the conclusion results in mixed emotions. I would highly recommend the book. This is the second book in the series. The first book Benefit of the Doubt was also a great read. Being familiar with southeastern Wisconsin is a plus for me. There are few authors that center their books in Wisconsin.