Slave Market by Arnold Inzko

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Slave Market,, A Sad Reality, is a timely fiction novel, dealing with White Female Slaves.

Franz Heidel, Peter Benner's understudy is continuing the work that Peter Benner started in The Faith of a Gunsmith. Alongside of Peter Benner, they are working undercover and they are chasing Arab traffickers of human flesh. Their travels take them from the dance halls of Austria to Genoa, Italy and to the Tunisian desert, where both, white young females and camel boys are grossly mistreated.
Adil ABu Bakr, the Tunisian slave runner in charge, is feeling the pressure imposed on him by the newly elected president of Tunisia. He pays Heidel and Benner by the number of trafficker's heads that they deliver.
Inspector Bruno Schultz calls it Human Trafficking and circumstances force him to operate taking the middle road between right and wrong, a circumstance that the inspector has difficulty dealing with. What should he do? Chase Benner and Heidel or hunt Arab slavers of human flesh.

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Published September 10, 2008 by WordClay. 227 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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