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Dying Gasp

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A detective follows a missing girl into the jungles of Brazil—and uncovers a terrifying criminal conspiracy—in this "fast-paced" police procedural (Booklist).

The Brazilian federal police wouldn't typically get involved in the case of missing teenage girl—but when the girl in question is the granddaughter of a prominent politician, Silva and his team are, of course, put on her trail. It leads them to Manaus, a jungle hellhole in the Amazon.

All sorts of unsavory characters can be found in the seedier corners of this South American country—and as Silva investigates, he finds troubling connections to human trafficking and snuff films. Now Silva must battle indifference, of both the ordinary and the depraved kind, to save those he can save, and find some semblance of justice for the others.

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Publisher: Soho Press

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  • ISBN: 9781569478400
  • Release date: July 1, 2018

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  • ISBN: 9781569478400
  • File size: 366 KB
  • Release date: July 1, 2018

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A detective follows a missing girl into the jungles of Brazil—and uncovers a terrifying criminal conspiracy—in this "fast-paced" police procedural (Booklist).

The Brazilian federal police wouldn't typically get involved in the case of missing teenage girl—but when the girl in question is the granddaughter of a prominent politician, Silva and his team are, of course, put on her trail. It leads them to Manaus, a jungle hellhole in the Amazon.

All sorts of unsavory characters can be found in the seedier corners of this South American country—and as Silva investigates, he finds troubling connections to human trafficking and snuff films. Now Silva must battle indifference, of both the ordinary and the depraved kind, to save those he can save, and find some semblance of justice for the others.

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