Lenny Petrocelli had it made until his gangland bosses decided to set him up as the fall guy for a child trafficking prostitution ring.
If this gritty novel rings true, it’s for good reason.
Petrocelli is based on actual stories from the violent and gruesome world of human trafficking, where millions of children and adolescents across the globe are held in bondage as slaves.
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Many readers have said Petrocelli is a very rough read. This is expected and perfectly understandable. The world of human trafficking is a sickening, infuriating insult to any person of conscience. That many innocent children and adolescents are driven into the seedy, abusive world of sex slavery should outrage us all.
At the same time Petrocelli has stirred a lot of controversy, my powerful novel has been getting outstanding reviews. Certainly I would never intentionally upset anyone but I appreciate the appreciation.