Amid the Ravages of War, Will They All Discover True Peace?
The war-weary American captain faces a nation in ruins and a daunting assignment on the border between Germany and France. A fighter from the French Underground is appointed to help him and becomes a friend. When they stumble upon stolen Nazi treasure, they uncover a conspiracy at the highest levels on both sides of the conflict--and mortal danger to themselves.
The lovely diplomat also assigned to the same border has lived through her own personal battle during the war years. She now guardedly lets down some inner barriers to reach out to the bands of impoverished German children left orphaned and abandoned by the war. Her compassion, seen in very practical ways, has far-reaching impact, and the two soldiers gradually are drawn into her humanitarian efforts. And then the two friends discover their common interest in her...
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Published November 1, 1993
by Bethany House Publishers.
History, Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction, Law & Philosophy.