Terrify No More: Young Girls Held Captive and the Daring Undercover Operation to Win Their Freedom
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But they used their expert legal finesse and high-tech investigative techniques to save the lives of 37 young girls and secured the arrest and conviction of several perpetrators. Terrify No More focuses on this dramatic rescue story, and uses flashbacks to tell those of many other victims who were given a second chance at life by this amazing organization.
Readers of John Grisham and Ted Dekker novels will appreciate the suspense, plot twists, and relentless pursuit of justice found in the true story of Terrify No More.
Number of Pages: 264
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2010
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If youre tired of living an anemic life and you want to live courageously, get this book. Terrify No More is a suspenseful read that will introduce you to the new heroes of the faithpeople who are willing to take risks to bring hope and freedom to those who need it most.
Rick Warren, Author, The Purpose Driven Life Senior Pastor, Saddleback Church
Producer Richard Greenberg showed me some truly alarming videotape hed obtained from a human rights group called the International Justice Mission That tape would trigger one of the most extensive international searches Id ever been involved with as a Dateline Correspondent.
Chris Hansen, NBC News Correspondent
Now we have a gripping, close-up account of how IJM carries out its mission in Cambodia. Gary Haugens book should awaken many to what goes on in the 21st century slave trade.
Ambassador John R. Miller, Director, Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons
Out of shocking depravity emerges a story of hope.
In a small village outside Phnom Penh, children as young as five are bought and sold as sex slaves. Day after day their abuse continues, and their hope slips away.
In Terrify No More an international team of investigators goes undercover to infiltrate this ring of brothels and gather evidence needed to free these girls. Meanwhile, skilled legal minds race the clock, working at the highest levels of U.S. and foreign governments to bring the perpetrators to justice. Headed up by former U.N. war-crimes investigator, Gary Haugen, the team perseveres against impossible obstaclespolice corruption, death threats, and mission-thwarting tip-offsin a mission focused on bringing freedom to the victims.