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Benson keeps you glued to the story and he builds momentum, brilliantly foreshadows elements in a non-obvious fashion, and culminates in a climactic ending that ties together the many themes throughout the book. Highly recommended as an intelligent thriller that both educates and entertains the reader.
This international thriller takes FBI Agent Annie Marino from Chicago to Michigan to Russia and back again.
In Chicago, a young woman is found dead. Her only identifying mark is a tattoo behind her ear... that of bloody bear claws. Several women have been found over the course of several years with that same tattoo. All the women have been suspected of being victims of a human trafficking operation.
Annie’s neighborhood friend, Jason Ward, is a young writer engaged to be married into an upper-class family from a posh Chicago suburb. Jason believes his future brother-in-law, a war veteran, is definitely a bully—but does he also have ties to the Russian mob?
Throw in a corrupt cop, some very powerful men, and a whole lot of lies and secrets and cover-ups and things can turn ugly ... and dangerous ....in a heartbeat.
This is a well-written, action-packed, fast-paced book with credible characters. The subject of human trafficking, especially for women who are forced into prostitution or more depraved activities is handled very well. However, there are graphic scenes that may not be palatable to everyone.