Hunting ground / Jean Heller.
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- ISBN: 9780692779613
- Physical Description: 410 pages ; 24 cm.
The grisly discovery of a human bone while Deuce is out for a hike with handsome arson investigator Mark Hearst leads to a vast burial field, a human trafficking ring, and international intrigue. The pulls-no-punches columnist?and meticulous detective--keeps turning up information, bit by bit, only to find some Fed always in her face, at her door, emerging from the shadows, steadfastly guarding the the story. Insisting it can?t be told. Yes, the Feds are aware of the trafficking ring; yes they have a plan to move on it; no, Deuce can?t be told about the plan; and under no circumstances can she write about its existence.
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