Jack Steele is an ex–naval intelligence officer turned private investigator who has just proposed to his girlfriend, Martha, over dinner when he sees a bloodied and frightened boy running toward him outside the restaurant. After Martha steps in to protect the boy from the two men in hot pursuit, a gun battle ensues, leaving Jack’s beloved fiancée dead on the sidewalk. While Jack grapples with the ramifications of her tragic death, he is unwittingly pulled into the dark world of human trafficking at the hands of an Albanian mob doing business near Lake Michigan. Desperate for answers, Jack partners with a Chicago police detective to learn about the organized crime culture and develop a plan to stop the trafficking operation and free their victims before they are sold on the black market. As Jack puts his own life on the line, he must battle the powerful Catholic Church and stop the cunning exploits of a deranged pedophile priest who believes he is doing God’s work by turning children into little angels. But will Jack manage to accomplish his heroic mission before it is too late for more innocent victims? Ordainment Betrayal shares the thrilling tale of a former intelligence agent’s dangerous quest to stop an Albanian human trafficking operation in collusion with the Roman Catholic Church..
Yes, mainly during the weekends. I get up early in the morning near 5:00 am and start writing. By the time my family awakens about 8:00 am I have completed a chapter or done my research. If my family is going out to do their personal favorites things I stay home and continue writing if I have to go with them, well this is when I quit writing. Occasionally, when I come back from work I could take the task for 30 minutes to an hour but no beyond this as I may be already tired from the day’s work and my writing quality may suffer. So weekends, early morning, holidays is my time to write.
Question2- Where do you do most of your writing?
Weekends, holidays and vacation time early morning when my brains are fresh and ready to work.
Question3- Where did you grow up? Can you tell us a little about it?
Yes, I grew up in the small island of the United States Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. In a small mountain town of Cayey. Is a beautiful town surrounded by mountains in which the temperature is between 60-80 degrees all year long. The People care for each other, and everyone knows who you are.
Question4- What is your motto in life/writing?
Must be credible and a man or woman could do it. There is nothing fiction about my characters they are everyday people who given the right motivation will do what it takes to accomplish the mission. No superhuman powers or lies just pure human at its best.
Question5- What inspired you to write your book?
I attended a seminar at the Chicago State University and learned about human trafficking and how this epidemic is corrupting our society. The lack of knowledge and danger to victims inspire me to write something about this abusive behavior and to skillfully place my thoughts in writing in an entertaining and exciting read.
Dennis Quiles earned a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and a master’s degree in business administration. A US military veteran and an accomplished professional of the protection business, he is the director of global security for one of the world’s largest multinational corporations. Quiles and his wife have three children and currently live in Illinois. This is his third book.