When the Nile Runs Red by DiAnn G. Mills

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Paul Farid was once a member of the royal family who openly persecuted any Sudanese who failed to practice Islam.  Now he's a Christian who puts his life on the line to aid the persecuted Sudanese.  His wife, Larson, is a doctor committed to giving her life for peace.

Colonel Ben Alier has fought for twenty-one years against the government's mandates to control the oil, religion, slavery, and politics of Sudan. He neither trusts nor rests any hope in the newly formed government.

Ben's health deteriorates while Larson finds out she is going to have a baby. Their worlds collide, and as the relational tensions escalate so does the physical danger.


About DiAnn G. Mills

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DIANN MILLS is an award-winning author who launched her career in 1998 with the publication of her first book. She currently has more than forty books in print and has sold more than a million copies. A few of her most recent books include When the Nile Runs Red, Breach of Trust, and Awaken my Heart. She is the recipient of the Inspirational Reader's Choice award for 2005 in the Long Contemporary and Novella category and is a favorite author of Heartsong Presents readers. DiAnn and her husband have four adult sons and live in Houston, Texas. For more information, visit www.diannmills.com.
Published September 1, 2007 by Moody Publishers. 336 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Mills, a popular Christian romance writer (When The Lion Roars), travels to the Sudan in this action-packed, if didactic, inspirational novel. At the center of the story are two likeable characters, L

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