November’s Book of the Month: Anybody’s Daughter by Pamela Samuels Young

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The Mocha Girl Read Book of the Month for November is Anybody’s Daughter by Pamela Samuels Young. Take a minute to see what this book is all about.

It has come to my attention that this book is number 2 in a series which is one thing we usually don’t do.  Only book one in a series can be nominated.  But since this book received so many votes.  I am going to make an except this one time.  ONLY! 

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Based on the real-life horrors faced by thousands of girls, award-winning author Pamela Samuels Young takes readers deep inside the disturbing world of child sex trafficking in a fast-paced thriller that educates as much as it entertains.
Thirteen-year-old Brianna Walker is ecstatic. She’s about to sneak off to meet her first real boyfriend—a boyfriend she met on Facebook. But Brianna is in for a horrifying surprise because her boyfriend doesn’t exist. Instead, Brianna unwittingly becomes the captive of a ring of drug dealers- turned-human traffickers who prey on lonely girls from dysfunctional homes. But they’ve made a big mistake in targeting Brianna because she doesn’t meet either of those criteria.
Brianna’s Uncle Dre, a man with his own criminal past, is determined to find the niece who is more like a daughter to him. Rather than sit back and rely on police to bring Brianna home, Dre scours the dark corners of Los Angeles looking for her. He is stunned to learn that the trafficking of children isn’t just happening in other countries. It’s occurring at epidemic levels right in his own backyard.
Dre is not alone in his desperate search. Loretha Johnson knows this world well. A social worker who previously lived “the life,” Loretha now dedicates her time to saving as many young girls as she can find. She turns out to be an invaluable resource for Dre, who ultimately gets a lead on The Shepherd, a mastermind in the trafficking world whose every move is fueled by ego and greed. Dre vows to bring his reign of terror to an end.
While Brianna makes a futile effort to thwart her captors, Dre is getting closer and closer to finding her. The woman he loves, attorney Angela Evans, knows the dangers faced by sexually exploited children because she represents them in juvenile court. Angela lends her moral support and, eventually, an important clue to Brianna’s whereabouts.
As he races against the clock, Dre ultimately comes up with a daring plan—one that puts many lives in danger, including his own. But will he find Brianna before it’s too late?

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About the Author

Pamela Samuels Young is a practicing attorney and award-winning author of six thrillers. Her latest novel, Anybody’s Daughter, tackles the horrific world of child sex trafficking and was the 2014 winner of the NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Literary Fiction. Pamela is also a natural hair enthusiast and the author of Kinky Coily: A Natural Hair Resource Guide. In addition to moonlighting as a mystery writer, Pamela works full time as Managing Counsel for Labor and Employment Law for a major corporation in Southern California. She formerly served on the board of directors of the Los Angeles Chapter of Mystery Writers of America and is a diehard member of Sisters in Crime-L.A. The former journalist is a graduate of USC, Northwestern University and UC Berkeley’s School of Law. A Compton native, Pamela attends Hope in Christ Community Church in Compton, California.

Author’s Website: http://www.pamelasamuelsyoung.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pamelasamuelsyoung

Twitter:  http://twitter.com/pamsamuelsyoung

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Congratulations to Mocha Girl Pamela Samuels Young for being November’s book of the month. Feel free to leave comments below or at Goodreads.com. We are looking forward to hearing what you all think of this month’s selection.

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