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Finders Keepers - Allie Krycek Thrillers #3 - cover

Finders Keepers - Allie Krycek Thrillers #3

Sam Sisavath

Publisher: Road To Babylon Media LLC

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IF SHE'S LOOKING FOR YOU, YOU'RE ALREADY IN TROUBLE. 
 
Every year, tens of thousands of young girls go missing around the world. Some go voluntarily, but others are taken against their will and forced into a life worse than death.  
 
When a teenager vanishes and the authorities have given up, her mother asks Allie Krycek for help. For Allie, it’s not just another bad guy to take down. This one hits too close to home. Maybe a little too close.  
 
Years ago, Allie’s own little sister vanished, and she couldn’t do anything to stop it. This time, things are different. This time, things will be different. 
 
The only things stopping Allie are two seasoned professionals, a hidden criminal organization, and a whole lot of empty miles, with danger around every turn. All she has to do is get to the end of the line…alive.

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