Riders of the Pale Horse by T. Davis Bunn

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"For more than one hundred years the West has failed to understand Islam" (U.S. State Department Official, 1992). This quote from the original edition of Riders of the Pale Horse introduces the story of two young Americans, a foreign-service officer and a mission volunteer who cross paths near the Afghanistan border on very different assignments and yet with a common goal: to stop nuclear materials from falling into terrorists' hands. High-stakes political and spiritual conflict keep readers on the edge of their seat in this suspenseful story from bestselling author T. Davis Bunn.

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T. Davis Bunn is an American businessman who lives abroad and travels extensively. Location research for this story ranged from the elegant antique show-rooms of London to the dreadful chambers of the Auschwitz prison camp. Characters were drawn from dozens of colorful personalities throughout Europe. Davis is especially grateful to his wife, Isabella, and her Polish family for sharing both stories and love of their homeland.
Published October 1, 2002 by Bethany House Publishers. 352 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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