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Author: Elyse Larson Narrator: Vanessa Benjamin Publisher: Blackstone Publishing Audio Length: Series:The Women of Valor Series Release Date: January 2006 Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download ISBN: 9781483065212

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Caught in a frightening web of espionage, two determined friends search for truth and a way out.

Nella Killian, widowed when her husband’s plane was shot down during the London blitz, returns home to Wales determined to build a normal life for her young daughter. But when she inadvertently uncovers evidence that raises questions about the death of a young American soldier, Nella becomes the enemy’s next target. Fearing for the safety of her family, Nella must make a courageous choice.

Peggy Jones is like a sister to Nella, having been raised with Nella’s family. When she comes to Nella’s aid, Peggy finds herself entangled in the same dark web of danger. To whom can they turn for help when it seems that everyone is harboring deadly secrets? Can their faith surmount even the horrors of a diabolical plot?

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  • “A relevant read as the heroine deals with maintaining her faith in God despite the evil in her world.”

    - Historical Novels Review
  • “A wonderful cast of characters and a good feel for the era and language make this a pleasing story overall.”

    - Romantic Times

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About the Author

Elyse Larson is an author, photographer, and writing instructor who has several published novels. She and her husband live in Gresham, Oregon. They have three children and eleven grandchildren.

About the Narrator

Vanessa Benjamin (a.k.a. Roe Kendall) is a native of the British Isles. Some twenty-five years ago she moved to the United States with her family and set down roots in Maryland. She graduated from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, London, receiving their silver medal as well as the Sir Emile Littler and Caryl Brahms awards. Benjamin has performed on stage in the Washington, DC, area for several years and at many venues and has performed at the Kennedy Center as Mrs. Schubert in the long-running show Shear Madness. An accomplished actress and narrator, she has recorded over two hundred books. Her work as a freelance voice-over artist and narrator has led her in many interesting directions, from technical government materials to eighteenth-century romance novels to hotel advertising, but narrating books is what she really enjoys. “I really love playing all the parts when I narrate a book. It’s an adventure, a challenge, and above all I feel that I learn something new with each book I read. I do a lot of reading for the Library of Congress’ Blind and Physically Handicapped program, and it is so rewarding for me especially when I get a letter from a patron; it’s a great service for the listener.”