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BOOK REVIEW: EVIL WITHOUT A FACE
BY JORDAN DANE
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Nikki Archer is a seventeen-year old girl going on twenty-nine who lives in Alaska. She is not happy with her life. She needs more freedom. Nikki, like far too many young people in our world of computers, has made connections with others online that she knew were good for her life and she decided to turn one of those contacts into a life-changing experience.
Jessica Beckett is a bounty hunter that goes gung-ho after her victims without regard for her safety, a fact that has hurt her in the past but the thrill of hunting and catching a wanted person for reward was her life. Lucas Baker was one such slum bag she was searching for. Jess had found a “cheap salaried” employee to assist her in her searches, one that was an expert on computers. She used Seth Harper as a backup but he was too new to put in a dangerous situation. She had to use Seth in a trial by error status. Jess also used a good friend and cop, Samantha Cooper, when she needed some information unobtainable to her.
Nikki’s uncle, Payton Archer, was an ex-pro-football player and sister of Nikki’s mother Suzanne. When he and Suzanne discovered Nikki missing they tried to track her down and eventually did find information on Nikki’s computer where she had been talking and making plans to go with unknowns to Chicago. Nikki made good her escape from her home but got caught up in a sex/slave organization that captured many young girls and used them or sold them. Once they were drawn in to the organization, they had no way to escape. They had to try to live through much nasty and filthy handling and living conditions.
Payton, Jessica, Seth, and another good friend of Payton’s and an ex-Alaska State Trooper, Joe Tanu, joined forces to attempt to track down Nikki, an undertaking that became a huge search and brought them too close to many seedy killers. The joining of forces with another international group to track the worldwide slave/sex monsters was really interesting and suspenseful.
Jordan Dane is a fairly new author and all of her books have been sensational leaving the reader almost breathless following her characters with her very descriptive words and phrases of the humans as well as the various locations where they are active. I have not been disappointed with any of her books. She keeps the reader active during her chases and makes you feel hurt when your hero gets hurt and feel good when they capture the bad guy!
REVIEWED BY CY HILTERMAN
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