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Commodity Trading a story of the White Slave Trade
ISBN: 0967243203     Date Published: 1999-09-01     Author(s): Prudence J. Mainor
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Maria lives an idyllic childhood in her village nestled among the cherry orchards. She dreams of days as a university student and a career in public service much like her father`s. Then her country falls prey to ethnic cleansing and public service takes on an ugly new meaning. Through a terrifying process of indoctrination, Maria becomes Alix, a woman whose body is inventory and whose intellect is suborned to the evil intent of her masters. This genre-bending work skillfully seduces and repels the reader, often simultaneously, as it builds to its stunning climax.
 
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Wow, What an Eye Opener!, December 8, 2000 ByAnn Jamerson (Dallas, TX) - See all my reviews This review is from: Commodity Trading : a story of the White Slave Trade (Paperback) This is truly a well written book. Often there were times I could not put it down and other times I became so emotionally exhausted I would have to catch my breath at the end of the page. As a working mom that is somewhat open-minded to the world and its surroundings, I found this to be a shocking realization to the exploitation and inhumanity that can prevail all around us. Although it is quite graphic, the story could not be told in any other way. Ms. Mainor gives the only justice possible to the main characters she presents so completely and passiontately. Well Done!!
 
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Commodity Trading a story of White Slave Trade, May 30, 2000 ByElizabeth L. Mintz (U.S.A.) - See all my reviews This review is from: Commodity Trading : a story of the White Slave Trade (Paperback) Even though I am not a fiction fan, I must say this book really keeps your interest. It introduced a side of life I was not aware of. It was easy reading that was hard to put down. If this is a sample Ms. Mainor has a promising future.
 
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