Wednesday, September 10, 2014

New Indie Book Release: Taking Lives (Joseph Lewis)


New Indie Book Release:
Taking Lives - Joseph Lewis
Thriller / Human Trafficking (264 pages - August 2014)

" 'Taking Lives' is an engaging, if not also a sad and frightening, book as well. It shockingly makes clear the whole putrid activity of child trafficking." - Reader Review

About the Book

Taking Lives (Joseph Lewis)
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Total strangers, one man and two boys, each hold a piece of a deadly puzzle and they don’t know it.

The bodies of six boys are found in remote areas in different states with startling similar characteristics. FBI Agent Pete Kelliher and his team from the Crimes Against Children Unit investigate and discover a curious pattern that his superiors refuse to believe. Unfortunately for Pete, there are no other leads and nothing else to go on, and no proof to verify Pete’s theory.

Brett McGovern is a handsome and athletically talented eleven year old. He and his younger brother, Bobby, discover that someone breaks into their home at night while their family sleeps. One afternoon, an incident occurs, but Brett doesn’t tell his parents or anyone else, choosing instead to keep it a secret. A decision that is very costly.

More than a thousand miles away on the Navajo Indian Reservation, George Tokay, an eleven year old Navajo, and his grandfather have vivid, troubling dreams and visions. Neither understands the meaning or has an explanation. This lack of understanding is deadly.

Even though they live in separate parts of the country, the lives of Pete Kelliher, Brett McGovern, and George Tokay are separate pieces of a puzzle. The two boys become interwoven with the same thread that Pete Kelliher holds in his hand. The three of them are on a collision course and when that happens, their futures grow dark and dreadful as each search for a way out.







About the Author

Author Joseph Lewis
Author Joseph Lewis

Joseph Lewis has been in education as a teacher, coach, counselor and administrator for 38 years.

He worked as an outreach educator for the Jacob Wetterling Foundation for Sexually Exploited and Missing Children speaking to parent groups, teachers, and students about child abduction and keeping children safe from harm.

He is married and has two children. A third, William, was murdered in Chicago in July, 2014. He currently works and resides in Fredericksburg, Virginia.



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