The Illuminati Protocol

The Illuminati Protocol

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When SSA Bing Ingram leads his FBI team in search of an abducted 11-year-old taken from her bedroom in the middle of the night, the harrowing search leads them to a frightening discovery - the existence of an international abduction-for-hire child sex trafficking ring. The story begins in Dubai, where Mahmood ibn Abadi, a bank executive in the Emirates, has placed a $1-million order with a sex trafficking network for procuring a prepubescent, pretty, white, Caucasian girl. When delivered, she will become the concubine of a rich, powerful Sheikh, one of the banks most important clients. To fulfill the order, an operative of the network, Lyle Stembeck, searches and finds a girl who meets all of the client's specifications, abducting her in the middle of the night from her bedroom. The only ones taking notice are two neighborhood dogs who begin tracking her and her abductor. Local and State Police, and the FBI's northeast regional Child Abduction Response (CARD) Team soon join in the search. Team leader Ingram knows that if they don't find Katie within 24 hours, they never will. He realizes that the key to finding Katie is to follow the trail of the two neighborhood dogs tracking her. As the search begins, Special Agent Ola Dambrowska, a member of the CARD team, is convinced that the abduction is the work of an international child sex trafficking ring called the Illuminati.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 208 pages
  • 127 x 203.2 x 11.68mm | 281.23g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507872739
  • 9781507872734

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