Nobodies by John Bowe

336 pages; Random House
"Here's the news: Some 17,500 people who have fallen prey to human trafficking enter the United States each year and endure prostitution, domestic servitude, sweatshop production, or backbreaking agricultural travail. In Nobodies: Modern American Slave Labor and the Dark Side of the New Global Economy (Random House), journalist John Bowe dramatizes in gripping detail these stolen lives."
— Kristy Davis