Kasie Sanders, a young rising-star New Orleans police detective, is busted after a bodega shootout and is working as a wedding and children's party photographer when she is picked for a dangerous special assignment by the FBI, investigating American ties to a sex-slave ring in Malaysia and Thailand. Going undercover as a photojournalist for Great American Families magazine, Kasie joins Louisiana's famed Warriner family, one of whom, a prominent congressman, is suspected of pedophilia, and soon encounters, in the idyllic setting of the Warriner's historic antebellum Lonsdale House, vicious racism as well as crimes even worse than pedophilia, and herself in far more danger than she ever experienced as a police officer.
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About the Author
Author David Osborn, known worldwide for his best-selling thrillers, was first and for years a screenwriter in British film studios where, along with prize-winning TV plays, he wrote nearly a score of original screenplays for as many star-studded first-feature films, one of which was nominated for an Academy Award. During the heavy Stalinist days of the 1960s and as a decorated World War II Marine Corps pilot, he assisted Czech resistance fighters behind the iron curtain in enabling important people in the arts to escape to the West. Married for many years to a once professional ballerina, now an important figure in world health, he resides in Connecticut.