New PDF release: What Sarah Saw (Without a Trace, Book 1; Steeple Hill Love

By Margaret Daley

ISBN-10: 0373443226

ISBN-13: 9780373443222

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ISBN: 0373443226
EAN: 9780373443222
ASIN: 0373443226
Publisher: Steeple Hill
Publication Date: 2009-01-13
Number of Pages: 224
Website: Amazon, LibraryThing, Google Books, Goodreads

Synopsis from Amazon:

The in simple terms witness while a unmarried mom mysteriously vanishes? Her three-year-old daughter. FBI agent Sam Pierce must query little Sarah. but baby psychologist Jocelyn Gold will slightly enable him close to the woman. Or herself. The tragic end to a kidnapping case broke Sam and Jocelyn aside years sooner than, and their hearts nonetheless haven't healed. yet for the child's sake--and her mother's--they needs to sign up for forces to discover simply what Sarah saw.

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Author Name: Margaret Daley

Author Description: Margaret Daley, an award-winning writer of seventy-six books, has been married for over 40 years and is a company believer in romance and love. whilst she isn't touring, she's writing love tales, usually with a suspense thread and corralling her 3 cats that imagine they rule her family. to determine extra approximately Margaret stopover at her web site at [url=]

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New PDF release: Answering the Call: The Doctor Who Made Africa His Life: The

By Ken Gire

ISBN-10: 1595550798

ISBN-13: 9781595550798

Revere lifestyles, and provides yours away for the sake of serving others.

As a tender guy, Albert Schweitzer appeared destined for greatness. His substantial expertise and fortitude propelled him to a spot as one among Europe’s most famous philosophers, theologians, and musicians within the early 20th century. but Schweitzer stunned his contemporaries through abandoning worldly luck and embarking on an epic trip into the wilds of French Equatorial Africa, vowing to function a lifelong healthcare professional to “the least of these” in a mysterious land rife with famine, affliction, and superstition.

Enduring trouble, clash, and private struggles, he and his cherished spouse, Hélène, turned French prisoners of struggle in the course of WWI, and Hélène later battled chronic health problems.

Ken Gire’s page-turning, novelesque narrative sheds new gentle on Schweitzer’s faith-in-action ethic and his dedication to honor God through celebrating the sacredness of all lifestyles.

The legacy of this 1952 Nobel Prize honoree endures within the thriving African sanatorium neighborhood that all started in a humble poultry coop, within the thousands who've drawn proposal from his instance, and within the problem that emanates from his lifestyles tale into our day. Albert Schweitzer appeared destined for greatness—and he completed it by way of making his existence his maximum sermon to a global in determined want of desire and therapeutic.

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