In a tale of suspense that travels from South Central Pennsylvania to Africa to the iconic Woodstock Festival of 1969, Dead of Summer embroils Alexa Williams in the dangerous world of sex trafficking.With help from friends, family, and her yoga practice, Alexa Williams is finally starting to recover from last autumn’s trauma of finding a dead body and the violence that ensued. The young attorney can’t believe that her summer had begun with the discovery of another body. This time, the dead woman was famous for her worldwide campaign against sex trafficking. The murder hits close to home: the late activist was a friend and mentor to Alexa’s best friend, Melissa.
Sherry Knowlton joins us with another one of her novels, “Dead of Summer,” along with an important message within.
“The problem of sex trafficking is growing worldwide. What many people don’t realize is that sex trafficking isn’t something that happens just in other countries or big cities. It happens here in Southcentral Pennsylvania too.” tells Knowlton.
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