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TAKING NATASHA: The Shadowy World of Human Trafficking. (Mason Cooper) Kindle Edition
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This is a tremendously clever piece of writing and is easily worth the 5 stars I have awarded it.
This book is a prequel to the author's full-length novel 'The Scarlet Cub' which I have had the privilege to advance read, and in my opinion easily maintains the standard set by this book.
The book starts really well and the plot builds nicely. You start to take interest in the characters and can empathise with Natasha and get to really hate Stefan.
The plot builds and builds then, just as you are at the peak of excitement ... it sort of just stops. I won't give away the end but this really could have built nicely and set up the next book but in truth I was disappointed with how it ends - although I was happy that there was an end and that it wasn't one of those "to be continued in book 2" rip-offs.
Hopefully the author learned from this and the next book has a better ending.
So what is this about? This introduces Mason Cooper. A recently retired police officer. He is only forty-three and wants to save his marriage by living a less stressed out life.
Whilst driving his teenage daughter home. They come across Natasha. A young woman from an Eastern European country.
She has arrived in the UK, with the promise of a brighter future. However, that is not what is planned. Cooper feels the need to do something.
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Maybe the author should study human trafficking on a realist scale.