BY: James W Nelson
The FBI estimates that well over 100,000 children and young women are trafficked in America today. They range in age from 9 to 19, with the average age being 11
Emotion in the house where Emma grew up was rare, so, when she disappeared it took a couple days before her aunt actually realized she was missing. A month went by, quickly. A little late to call the police. Aunt Evelyn knew of only one person who, maybe, would care she was missing, who, maybe, would do something about getting her back, and, who—as she recalled—would do "anything" for Emma: Bailey Forbes. If Emma’s mother—Evelyn’s sister—hadn’t died, he would have married her and adopted the seven-year-old child, but she did die, which eventually put an end to contact, for Aunt Evelyn had never bought into the idea that blood wasn't necessary for family bonding. But eleven years had passed. Would he even still care?
Other books in this Series
Book 2 Emma Gets Payback
Book 3 The Lure of Pornography
Book 4 (Look for it in 2015)
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James W. Nelson has been telling stories for most of his life. Some of his first memories happened during recess in a one-room country schoolhouse near Walcott, in eastern North Dakota, just outside the Sandhills region. His little friends, eyes wide, would gather round and listen to his every hastily-imagined word. It was a beginning. This novel, “Daughters” is a departure from his usual writing fare. He thinks the public should be made more aware of what happens/can happen to abducted children, runaways, throwaways, and street children.
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