Tiger in the Shadows by Debra Wilson
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Intent on destroying the underground church and seizing secret technologies, a Chinese spy known as the Beijing Tiger discovers the perfect bait when American Stephanie Peng travels to China to free her imprisoned grandfather. Guaranteed fiction!

About Debra Wilson

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A freelance writer, Debbie Wilson has debated about abortion, the Equal Rights Amendment, and homeschooling on college campuses and television and has helped her husband and children build their house. When not writing on homeschooling, history, politics, and persecution, she babies her rottweilers, trains in defensive firearms techniques, embroiders, and is a political and human rights activist. She currently studies China, terrorism, and persecution of Christians around the world.
Published May 11, 2004 by Kregel Publications. 400 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Education & Reference, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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In this well-intentioned suspense novel for the inspirational market, Wilson succeeds in showing the abuses and restrictions imposed on Christians in China, but is less adept at crafting believable, compelling fiction.

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