Rich Labrizzi, a major contributor to an organization that rescues victims of human trafficking, is challenged to go to Cambodia where the organization functions to prove they are doing what they claim. During his trip he witnesses young women rescued from a brothel where they were forced to work. But during the celebration, four of the girls are kidnapped. With the police refusing to help, Rich decides to attempt a rescue of his own. Calling for help from his three closest friends, Rich fights against powerful men to rescue the young women before they become victims.
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About the Author
Tom Corizzi has had the opportunity to work in many different professions. In his mid fifties, he still says, “I don’t know what I want to be when I grow up.” Tom was born and raised in Northern New Jersey where he lives today. He was a practicing Chiropractor for twenty years. He owned his own Jujitsu school, the Kamekan Dojo, for ten years and produced and sold instructional tapes and DVD’s. Tom’s first published works were articles for several martial art magazines, including “Inside Karate” and “Black Belt”. His most recent career has been in the world of computers as a trainer and system analyst. Tom was one of the first to produce an Ezine, The MAFreeway. An online Martial Arts Magazine that featured monthly articles submitted by experts covering all styles. The MAFreeway also provided the Kamekan Dojo manual available at Kamekan.com. He is an avid scuba diver and enjoys traveling to the Caribbean and the Florida Keys, most especially, Key West. Tom has a strong belief in God. He was raised Catholic, but spent five years as an Elder in a Reformed Church where he would occasionally preach. Even so, he considers himself to be “spiritual and faithful” not “religious”. Favorite Quote: "If you want to make God laugh, tell him your plans."