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The Man in the Black and White Dress
by:William V. Timmons
Two former German POWs who had, many years before, escaped their US Army captors and blended into to American society undertake a daring rescue of a dying brother from behind the Iron Curtain. With the help of a US senator and an international Bible smuggling agency, a team travels to Europe and East Germany. The brother is found and rescued from East...
Two former German POWs who had, many years before, escaped their US Army captors and blended into to American society undertake a daring rescue of a dying brother from behind the Iron Curtain. With the help of a US senator and an international Bible smuggling agency, a team travels to Europe and East Germany. The brother is found and rescued from East Germany with a successful life-saving surgery is preformed in a secret Asian clinic. The main characters are then swept into a covert operation where one million Bibles are ?smuggled? into Communist China. Along the way, they encounter spies, typhoons, and Communist gun boats. Within the context of the of the story, a communist rebel commander, a freelance Australian doctor, and an assortment of priests and other odd but believable characters are found. The book concludes with the lives of each character being changed in drastic, but wonderful measure. Eventually, those lives are blended into a common and noble objective.
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