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Nobody's Child: The Georgia Davis PI Series #4 (Georgia Davis Series) Kindle Edition
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Georgia finds herself in the midst of a lot of bad people in the Russian "Mafyia" while trying to find her sister. It moves along at a good pace. This gives us mystery, some action, hateful bad guys, sex trafficking and even a little romance for Georgia. Characters are fairly well fleshed out. Sex and violence are not over the top, but graphic at times in their purpose to the novel - and if you can't handle some profanity here and there then pass this up.
This was my first novel by this author, and I understand this is a series, but this can be read as a stand-alone novel. I liked this, and if I find myself with a spare moment, may read more from this author.
One of the earlier reviews claimed that this was a "teen novel", which had me scratching my head, It is definitely not young adult material. This is a dark, dark story involving very disturbing subject matter which, in less competent hands, could have become lurid and exploitative. Ms. Hellman has produced an exciting, extremely well-written book, that is very respectful of its subject matter. I won't go into plot details as they have been well covered in earlier reviews, but I will add my hearty recommendation to buy this book. You can thank me later.