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Author: Greg R. Taylor Narrator: Zilah Mendoza Publisher: Gregory Ross Taylor Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Release Date: February 2017 ISBN: 9781538414026
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In Honduras’ “wild west” mountain jungles, Amanda Madrid found her calling as a medical doctor to poor farmers.

When Amanda’s father rejects her dream to be a doctor, eighteen-year-old Amanda strikes out alone and enters medical school in Tegucigalpa.

Her work as a medical officer, public health consultant, and director of an international holistic Christian ministry called Predisan could have resulted in prestigious luxury for her. Instead these experiences led Dr. Madrid to the mountains on horseback and prepared her for the biggest challenge of her life.

When illegal drug trafficking and murders lead to closing medical clinics, Dr. Madrid goes toe to toe with cartel mercenaries, the unarmed doctor in her signature red high heels against men in combat boots armed with AK-47s.

This is the story about the life of a Honduran doctor heartbroken about the many killings and bad medicine of cartels. Can the same kind of love and prayer she gives her patients also cause these violent men to lay down their guns?

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  • “Riveting tales of Dr. Amanda Madrid’s bold heroism in the face of adversity.”

    Publishers Weekly

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About the Author

Greg R. Taylor was born in in 1967 in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. He studied journalism at Harding University, then spent several years living in Italy and Uganda. His writing has appeared in Christianity Today, Publishers Weekly, and others, as well as in his own books. He lives and works in Tulsa, Oklahoma, with his wife and children.