'Critically addressing gender relationships, the author gives a poignant account of the linkage between sexual exploitation, prostitution and human trafficking.'
Helga Konrad, OSCE Special Representative on Combating Trafficking in Human Beings
'An uncompromising analysis of how inequality at international level designates who buys and violently possesses whom and of how disadvantaged countries, in order to survive, are required to deliver sex services to the men of sexually liberated' countries.'
Vincenzo Ruggerio, Middlesex University
'This absorbing, thoughtful and elegantly written book gives readers a major insight into the demand, supply and contextual mechanisms that underlie the traffic in women.'
Michael Levi, Cardiff University
'The book is strongest in describing the operation of criminal networks in various locations around the world and the precise mechanisms they use... the information provided here is very useful for those trying to understand exactly how the criminal process works.'
Leslie Ann Jeffrey, University of New Brunswick, Saint John