The Mask they Wear

The Mask they Wear

by H. Paul Cote

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-Inspired by true stories; you will get a chance to hear many tales about the girls who get abducted, their journey through a twisted and depraved world and about a close-knit team of Human trafficking Lords; some that may be in the market today.

-Within days a young girl can be abducted, prepared for shipping and conditioned for selling, put on the auction block and shipped to secluded areas far around the world; never to be seen again by their family.

-After being sold to a buyer the victim is mixed in with the other girls into the deepest and darkest areas of the world, making it difficult or impossible to escape from their pimp. When the girl becomes unpopular with the clientele or maybe unreliable doing their duties they sell or trade and buy another teenage girl to take her place as if they were no more than used cars at a car lot.

-They are sold or traded to brothels. Or maybe for a general house, slave girl for cleaning and doing other duties. A concubine, sex slave. Prostitute making money off the streets for their pimps. When they become unreliable they could be sold for body parts. Your friend or a family member may get one of their kidneys. Going once. Going twice. Sold to the highest bidder, for $15.000. With no questions asked.

The book holds 207 pages, and 130 pictures, blended with over a dozen stories.
This is an action-packed thriller with suspense and some horror.
•Warning has strong violent language. Not Designed for the young readers. Must be 18 or older.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940046643992
Publisher: H. Paul Cote
Publication date: 02/26/2015
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 1 MB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

H. Paul Cote was born July 20th, 1955 into a harsh family environment. Growing up he dealt with an abusive mother who suffered from schizophrenia and grandiose delusions. As he became an adult he struggled with anger issues stemming from his family problems. Paul turned to drugs as he began to live on the streets of Louisiana. Eventually, he signed himself into a Mental Health Clinic where he stayed for two and a half weeks, being turned over to the out clinic for thirteen years. Afterwards, feeling that he had saved himself from a life of bad choices, he became an author. Even though he yearns for a career within literature he has to deal with a severe case of dyslexia, hindering his reading and writing. Due to recent innovations in hardware and software he is finally able to get his stories out there, four already published or in the process of, in 2015 alone.

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