R. Bruce Logan is an armchair scholar of Southeast Asia's sociological landscape. He lives part-time in Vietnam, with his wife Elaine, where they do humanitarian work. Bruce is a retired US Army officer who served two tours of duty in Vietnam during the war. When not traveling, he and Elaine live on Salt Spring Island in British Columbia.
"A captivating book that highlights the dark world of sexual trafficking and the enduring traumas it has on it's victims, while also illuminating the incredible human capacity for healing." -Elizabeth Ngyuen Gutierrez, MD, Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist"Like Logan's previous book, Finding Lien, this is a realistic cliff-hanger. Not only does the story keep the reader wanting to turn the next page, it brings attention to a very real concern of sex trade in Asia. Logan's own experiences as a volunteer combating the very conditions described in the book, make this story real in every aspect. It is a fast-paced, heart wrenching story, both fascinating and horrific." -Margriet Ruurs, Award-winning author