Operation by Jefferson Scott
Firebrand-Deliverance (: Firebrand Trilogy #3)

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For some desperate North Koreans, the dream of freedom comes at a steep cost-possible execution or life in a labor camp. Missionaries try to steer the group over the border of Mongolia, but Chinese informers and North Korean agents surround them. When news of the refugees' plight reaches government officials, China paralyzes relief efforts by its resolute inaction. Now, Team Firebrand gets involved to try to deliver the harassed individuals from certain doom. Can the Firebrand members rescue the refugees. . .or will this crucible of danger prove too difficult in a land that God has seemingly forsaken?
 

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Ryan Dobson Ryan Dobson's hands-on knowledge of youth culture and his speaking experience have propelled him to the forefront of today's younger generation. Ryan travels extensively, speaking more than 100 times a year at events ranging from youth camps to crisis pregnancy center fundraisers. A graduate of Biola University with a degree in communications, Ryan lives in southern California, where he loves to surf Orange County's top beaches and skateboard with friends. Jefferson Scott Jefferson Scott has written extensively for "Christian Single, Focus on the Family Clubhouse, "and other Christian magazines. He is the author of five novels, including the military thrillers "Operation: Firebrand "and "Operation: Firebrand--Crusade," A graduate of both seminary and film school, Jefferson currently makes his home in the Pacific Northwest, where he writes full-time. He and his wife have two children.
 
Published March 1, 2004 by Barbour Publishing, Incorporated. 367 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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