Trinity Sisters

Debra Quincy

Debra Quincy

Lenora Quincy

Lenora Quincy

Angelica Quincy

Angelica Quincy

Celestine Quincy

Celestine Quincy


Dirty Business


If you ever heard about Jack Reacher you should meet his sister!


Just like Jack, she is merciless in her pursuit of truth and justice. Both Jack and Debra are loners, but Deb needs to find her lost family. And being in the way of a determined woman proves fatal for mafias, trafficking rings and Government officials.

This is the story about Debra trying to find her sisters, one of them lost in trafficking. And there is a lot of cleaning to do. An Albanian trafficking ring, the Serbian mafia and even Fuckingham Palace are in danger when Deb goes hunting.

It is estimated that 40 million people around the globe are being trafficked for modern slavery, sex or labour. Every year 600.000 – 800.000 people are trafficked across international borders – which means the number is larger as local trafficking is not included.

The profit generated in this Dirty Business is roughly $150 billion a year and growing! This is the fastest-growing business in the world!70% of trafficking victims are women and 50% of the total are children!

The polarization between rich and poor is combined with the lack of ethics, the foundation for trafficking. I know many people will disagree but the rich are holding the poor firmly in poverty to remain rich. of ethics is twofold.

One is the scumbags that buy sex, children, organs or forced labour. The other is the perps with no morals who are providing ‘products’ to meet a need in the market.


If you can’t stand swearing and alternative use of language this book isn’t for you. IF you read it be prepared the wording reflects the rough and Godless parts of the world where I lived and worked.

Always the last outposts before hell.


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At the age of 5, Debra travels with her mother back to Korea to escape a drunk and violent stepfather, but shortly after arrival her mother is brutally killed and even though she has relatives she ends up living in the streets as she has a hard time relating to people.

She learns to be a skilled pocket lifter and after an incident with the local mafia boss, she becomes his right hand and helps organize his business doing drugs, gunrunning, art theft, grand theft auto, and electronics.

Thirteen years later Debra, goes back to London, joins the army, and is sent to Afghanistan to protect pipelines for the US and opium production for the CIA. She is captured by a Russian renegade KGB operative Lev, after a Chinook crash where she was the only survivor. Tortured for weeks but rescued by an American ‘outlaw’ Goldie and his friend, a former mercenary Snyper that accidentally was present in the Afghan mountains to relieve Lev a ton of weapons he had stashed in a cave after the Russians left the country in 1989.

They flew from Afghanistan over Pakistan by night in Psycho’s old Sea King, which he got by blackmailing his former employer in Central America – The CIA, and sailed from Karachi to Miami in Snypers huge Yacht after killing Lev and 15 of his men on a cold godforsaken mountain.

Debra got separated from her sisters when she left London, but a lot of strange coincidences bring them together after nineteen years. Their stories are even worse.

Lenora was abused by her stepfather, ended up in the streets of Detroit hiding from the police, and lived there for four years.

Angelica became a junkie in the streets of London for thirteen years and was trafficked to Albania.

A story of violence, trafficking, modern slavery, child molesters, corruption, drugs, wars, a lot of dead scumbags, healing, and finding Love.

But where is the Sisters’ real dad and what is his secret?

“The best book ever! I was very happy to have the honour of doing the preface!”

Dave Snyper

Dont Fuck With Daddy


  1. Ronnie Barkan

    This is BY FAR the most interesting book about trafficking ever! Mixed with your experiences and all the hardship you endured it is an emotional rollercoaster of astronomic dimensions to read this book!

    It is well written, humoristic and the sarcasm is extremely entertaining!

  2. Maxine

    Considering people, in general, don’t know how big the trafficking and molestation issue is, I sincerely believe it is very important to educate. 1 out of 5 Americans have been sexually molested, most of them as kids!

    1/5th of an entire country’s population has been molested! No wonder it continues!

    The book is fantastic! I was taken on a journey beyond imagination. I read it all in 5 hours. I couldn’t stop!

    Most women and in particular all children are not in a position to fight back! Authorities and the justice system aren’t helpful. Cases are dismissed, police don’t have the time to do something, and relatives often advise victims to do nothing as they don’t stand a chance or they get ridiculed. The shame and the guilt are overwhelming.

    A HUGE problem most people can identify with is to belong to something. A group of like-minded or a family. The fight for a place to belong is very capturing!

    Here are three women who say NO! Like Rosie McGowan!

  3. Anthony

    The focus on trafficking and sex tourism is almost non-existing! No one seems to care. Or maybe they all protect each other?

  4. Mariana Alvarez

    I had no idea

  5. Amy Williams

    a MUST read! I cried through several chapters and laughed through others

  6. Crazy Old Horse

    This book is only for heathens! I never knew how to curse that refined. It is exquisite!

  7. Ridgen Phamridge

    Trafficking is a huge problem in my native country too. I was born in India but moved to the US a few years ago. In India people are very poor and I have seen how it works. It is disgusting.

  8. Chai Charoen

    Thanks for making people aware. Trafficking is a huge problem in Thailand.

  9. Michael

    This book held me hostage for four hours. Couldn’t lay it down. Had to know what happened next. But I admit I am biased because my sister was trafficked many years ago and she only survived because of pure luck.

    She is OK today but it took years to move on.

    Her story is very similar to yours.


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