Hidden Girl: The True Story of a Modern-Day Child Slave
Free Shipping Included! Hidden Girl: The True Story of a Modern-Day Child Slave by Tantor Audio at Spring Brook Audio. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Shyima Hall was born in Egypt on September 29, 1989, the seventh child of desperately poor parents. When she was eight, her parents sold her into slavery. Shyima then moved two hours away to Egypt's capitol city of Cairo to live with a wealthy family and serve them eighteen hours a day, seven days a week. When she was ten, her captors moved to Orange County, California, and smuggled Shyima with them. Two years later, an anonymous call from a neighbor brought about the end of Shyima's
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