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Finding Lien

Finding Lien

by R. Bruce Logan

Paperback(First Printing ed.)

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"A deeply moving book that explores one of the most important, ugliest social issues of our time." –Lydia Dean, author, philanthropist, Founding Director of GoPhilanthropic

Lien, an innocent village girl in Vietnam, is missing. Her father, Ngoc, is desperate and with help from a young Australian volunteer overcomes his years of reluctance and writes a letter to his father, a retired American army officer.

Ngoc's letter shocks Peter Trutch. Torn between his sense of honor toward this unknown son and his contentedly pleasant life in Seattle with his devoted wife Catherine, he hurls himself into his past and back to a country and memories that he had left behind forty years earlier.

Lien is sold to a brothel in Cambodia and, in his frantic search for her, Trutch confronts not only his past but a seedy, corrupt world where bad cops, pimps and the destitute, clash with courageous international prevention workers and a few honest officials.

Along with Trutch, the reader will be outraged at the worldwide plague of sex trafficking.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781612966908
Publisher: Black Rose Writing
Publication date: 04/25/2016
Series: Trafficking , #1
Edition description: First Printing ed.
Pages: 234
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 8.80(h) x 0.20(d)

About the Author

R. Bruce Logan has retired from two satisfying careers - US Army officer and management consultant. He has devoted his retirement years to humanitarian work and philanthropy, largely in Southeast Asia. In 2012, he and his wife Elaine wrote the memoir, Back to Vietnam: Tours of the Heart. He has subsequently written three novels dealing with the abhorrent practice of child trafficking; Finding Lien, As the Lotus Blooms, and the one you are reading. When not traveling, Bruce and Elaine live on Salt Spring Island, in British Columbia.

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