Children disappear all the timeâbut where do they go?
While covering a missing-child case for a tabloid newspaper, washed-up reporter Bentley Noble accidentally stumbles upon a horrifying lead. What he thought was a single kidnapping leads him to discover a human trafficking ring, specializing in sexually obedient children. Noble slowly uncovers a society so depraved that it can only be classified as evil; its members are no ordinary pedophiles, but rather professionals. United by their Satanist beliefs, theyâre willing to use any means necessary to train their âmerchandiseââand keep Noble from uncovering their business.
With the help of a hacker, a researcher, and a true-crime writer, Noble descends into the dark world of human trafficking. But in order to destroy it, heâll have to gamble not only his life, but also his sanity.
Shackled, author Ray Gartonâs most controversial work yet, is not for the faint of heartâor stomach.
This edition also contains Memes of Translation: The Spread of Ideas in Translation Theory
About: The seemingly unrelated abductions of a young boy and a teenage runaway grab the attention of a washed-up investigative journalist who suddenly finds himself mired in a conspiracy targeting the weakest members of society.
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