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Trespassers Will Be Prostituted - Gotcha Detective Agency Mystery - cover

Trespassers Will Be Prostituted - Gotcha Detective Agency Mystery

Jamie Lee Scott

Publisher: Jamie Lee Scott

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Summary

Mimi Capurro has had it with tailing cheats and liars. She's ready for a vacation. But nothing ever goes as planned for Mimi and Nick. 
Then a young Hispanic girl stumbles into the agency. She tells Charles a dark tale of being abducted in front of her home, then being drugged and prostituted. The girl escaped her captors, but she left behind the thirteen-year-old girl who'd been abducted with her. Now the Gotcha crew is dead set on rescuing the teen and shutting down the sex traffickers. 
Even with Charles at the helm, they may have their work cut out for them. Going up against the Russian mob puts everyone's lives at risk. 
If you love mysteries, crime novels, murder mysteries, mystery series, this book is for you.

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