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Publisher's Summary

New York Times bestselling author Ridley Pearson is back with a heart-stopping new installment in the acclaimed international thriller series featuring John Knox and Grace Chu.
When an award-winning foreign journalist reveals the existence of an Amsterdam-based sweatshop known as a "knot shop" that employs and enslaves young girls as laborers, private security firm Rutherford Risk is hired by a philanthropist to find it and shut it down. David "Sarge" Dulwich, John Knox's former boss from their government contractor days, knows that Knox’s cultural knowledge, combat skills, and sympathy for the abused make him right for the job.
Joined by Grace Chu, whose more subtle skills for acquiring sensitive tech information help balance his improvisational style, Knox heads to Amsterdam in an attempt to dismantle the child labor operation and rescue the girls. In their way is a crime organization that has permeated the neighborhoods with goodwill, turning even the victims' parents against their would-be saviors. With enemies around every corner, Knox and Grace can’t tell the good from the bad.
©2013 Ridley Pearson (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
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By Michael L. on 04-13-14

Not his best

Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

Simplistic writing - slow story development - I have enjoyed other works by Ridley Pearson, including the other John Knox story, but this was rather painful

What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)

Meh

Would you be willing to try another one of Todd Haberkorn’s performances?

No - the reader was the worst part of this - Several times, I was tempted to stop listening, but Ridley Pearson's previous books were pretty interesting, so I persevered - mistake...

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By Loy on 07-12-13

very slow

I really enjoyed the first one in this series.

this one was not so good-- very slow and
well I hate to say kind of boring

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