The Forgotten by Spencer Hawke, Coming Soon

According to Interpol……

Human Trafficking

A spoiled teenager taken to Paris by her parents to escape the influence of her friends at home.
Whilst shopping in an outside market a hand grabs her arm and pulls her into a world she never knew existed.

Coming soon, The Forgotten
Trafficking in human beings is a multi-billion-dollar form of international organized crime, constituting modern-day slavery.
Victims are recruited and trafficked between countries and regions using deception or coercion. They are stripped of their autonomy, freedom of movement and choice, and face various forms of physical and mental abuse.


Coming soon from the Author of Arrows of Islam and the Swiss Conspiracy, Spencer Hawke’s latest thriller, The Forgotten.


Ari Cohen’s niece is kidnapped in Paris. Ari suspects a international criminal cartel that specializes in providing children to insane pedophiles and supplies human organs to a black market of wealthy, desperate customers who have run out of options.


An Excerpt.

“The old dhow bumped gently up against the dock, and Renee heard the excited chatter of sailors shouting orders in some language she didn’t understand.

She inhaled deeply through her nose. “I know that smell.” She couldn’t help herself, she blurted out loudly. “It’s cinnamon. Mon Dieu, where am I?”

Tears began to stream down her cheeks again. “Oh, Mama, Ari, please come help me, please… I’m so frightened.”

Best Selling Author Spencer Hawke delivers another nail biting adventure.


The Eyes of Athena Renamed The Arrows of Islam
Five Stars — IR Verdict: THE EYES OF ATHENA is just what a mystery/espionage should be – quick, action-packed and full of intrigue. Spencer Hawke’s writing excels, especially during the book’s many action sequences. The dialogue in the novel is both crisp and tense but also humorous at times making for a captivating read that should now be mentioned in the same breath as genre masters – Daniel Silva, Brad Thor and Tom Clancy.


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