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Contracted to Kill

Chinwe

Two young girls are found dead in a canal in Manchester UK.  Both girls are prostitutes owned by a cartel. Why they are there, who killed them? However, their deaths are about to unleash two of the most dangerous of all contract killers the police as well as Unit T have ever faced. Added to this, an old adversary of Karen Harris targets her in an attempt to bring her down. To counteract the threat and In an effort to bring the situation under control Karen activates her own covert operators along with a contract killer, but even with all her resources the situation is becoming more and more dangerous. Alliances are formed between Karen and old enemies in an attempt to understand what is actually happening. The pressures on Karen are relentless, pushing her close to both a physical and mental breakdown. She needs a break, but circumstances prevent this.
In Sudan, Chinwe, a young Nigerian girl, is abducted on her way home from school. Some weeks later she is brought ashore with a number of other girls on a remote part of the English coastline. Chinwe seeing an opportunity to escape didn’t hesitate in doing exactly that. Chinwe is now in a world she has no understanding, and having to place her trust in strangers offering help. But while help is given with good intentions, be it children of her age, or people living on the streets, the traffickers want her back and a few kids, or street people, will not get in their way. Karen Harris, Commander of a European military unit formed to combat human trafficking, is well known among the families of Africa, as one who will find a child and bring them home. Chinwe believes to go home she needs to make contact with Karen, but for her this is a daunting undertaking. Karen is based in France, works across Europe, has thousands of missing children on the books and flits constantly backwards and forwards between countries in her work. However, never once does Chinwe waver in her belief that without Karen’s help she may never get home. Because of such a belief she is determined to find her.

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© 2021 Keith Hoare
RAGGEDCOVER

Contracted to Kill

Chinwe

Two young girls are found dead in a canal  in Manchester UK.  Both girls are prostitutes owned by a cartel. Why they are there, who killed them? However, their deaths are about to unleash two of the most dangerous of all contract killers the police as well as Unit T have ever faced. Added to this, an old adversary of Karen Harris targets her in an attempt to bring her down. To counteract the threat and In an effort to bring the situation under control Karen activates her own covert operators along with a contract killer, But even with all her resources the situation is becoming more and more dangerous. Alliances are formed between Karen and old enemies in an attempt to understand what is actually happening. The pressures on Karen are relentless, pushing her close to both a physical and mental breakdown. She needs a break, but circumstances prevent this.
In Sudan, Chinwe, a young Nigerian girl, is abducted on her way home from school. Some weeks later she is brought ashore with a number of other girls on a remote part of the English coastline. Chinwe seeing an opportunity to escape didn’t hesitate in doing exactly that. Chinwe is now in a world she has no understanding, and having to place her trust in strangers offering help. But while help is given with good intentions, be it children of her age, or people living on the streets, the traffickers want her back and a few kids, or street people, will not get in their way. Karen Harris, Commander of a European military unit formed to combat human trafficking, is well known among the families of Africa, as one who will find a child and bring them home. Chinwe believes to go home she needs to make contact with Karen, but for her this is a daunting undertaking. Karen is based in France, works across Europe, has thousands of missing children on the books and flits constantly backwards and forwards between countries in her work. However, never once does Chinwe waver in her belief that without Karen’s help she may never get home. Because of such a belief she is determined to find her.
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