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  • Author : Phil Klay
  • Publisher : Penguin
  • Pages : 416 pages
  • ISBN : 1984880667
  • Rating : 3/5 from 3 reviews

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  • Author : Phil Klay
  • Publisher : Penguin
  • Release : 06 October 2020
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One of President Obama's Favorite Books of the Year A New York Times Notable Book One of the Wall Street Journal Ten Best Books of the Year “Mr. Klay’s bravura novel homes in on the ground-level consequences of American interference in Colombia’s ongoing civil war and tumultuous peace process. But the engrossing local conflict is only part of the book’s revelatory, panoramic portrayal of the remote yet interconnected ways that American-sponsored wars are waged across the globe.” —

Cannibals and Missionaries

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  • Author : Mary McCarthy
  • Publisher : Mariner Books
  • Release : 26 July 1991
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City of Tranquil Light

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  • Author : Bo Caldwell
  • Publisher : St. Martin's Griffin
  • Release : 25 October 2011
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"What ardent, dazzling souls emerge from these American missionaries in China . . . A beautiful, searing book that leaves an indelible presence in the mind." —Patricia Hampl, author of The Florist's Daughter Will Kiehn is seemingly destined for life as a humble farmer in the Midwest when, having felt a call from God, he travels to the vast North China Plain in the early twentieth-century. There he is surprised by love and weds a strong and determined fellow missionary, Katherine. They soon

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  • Author : Terry Cook
  • Publisher : Lulu Press, Inc
  • Release : 09 June 2016
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Three Mormon Missions (Sisters) is the second in a series of heartwarming stories that explores the lives of Mormon missionaries. While Terry Cook’s first novel, Three Mormon Missions, followed the lives of three young men, Three Mormon Missions (Sisters) explores the lives of three Mormon sister missionaries. Just like his first book, you’ll be able to feel their personal challenges as each of these beautiful sisters strives to serve the Lord by serving a Mormon mission. Perhaps after

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  • Author : D.G. Compton
  • Publisher : Hachette UK
  • Release : 25 July 2013
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The spaceship landed on the planet Earth to bring it the message of a new religion and a new way of life that would fit the terrestrial barbarians to take their place in the great community of the Galaxy. Their motives were beyond reproach. Their objectives were honourable. It was not their fault that humanity distrusted their motives, repudiated their objectives - and did its best to drive the missionaries back into space . . .

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  • Author : Elsa Joubert
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 01 September 2014
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At a prayer meeting on a cold Rotterdam night, the young clerk Aart Anthonij van der Lingen -- a pale, sickly, hunchbacked 'fish from the North' -- is held in the charismatic Reverend Johannes Kicherers thrall. Lured by Kicherers passion, he leaves his grey and loveless life to land at the Cape of Good Hope as a lay missionary in 1800. But when the Missionary Society draws lots to determine where to send the new arrivals, Van der Lingen is sent

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  • Author : Kirsten Refsing
  • Publisher : Austin Macauley
  • Release : 01 April 2018
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In the 19th century, Britain sent out missionaries to help Christianise the world. They brought their wives with them, and in 1853, a boarding school for missionary children was built in London. Eliza was a missionary daughter who joined the school in 1855, aged seven. She was one of only two children expelled 'for great misconduct' from the school during the first fifty years of its existence. She was sent back to her parents in Mauritius when she was fourteen years old.

The Gentle Revolutionaries

The Gentle Revolutionaries
  • Author : Don Lord
  • Publisher : WestBow Press
  • Release : 01 October 2013
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The Gentle Revolutionaries is a novel based on the lives of two prominent American missionaries, Dan and Emelie Bradley, who became close friends with the famous monk, later King Mongkut. They arrived in Thailand (Siam) in 1835 and made significant contributions to Thailand's medical, social and intellectual history. Their diaries and letters, as well as the Thai's evaluation of them, destroys the false image of Thailand an English writer had created. The Bradleys and their missionary coworkers came from New York's "


  • Author : Mischa Berlinski
  • Publisher : Farrar, Straus and Giroux
  • Release : 06 February 2007

A daring, spellbinding tale of anthropologists, missionaries, demon possession, sexual taboos, murder, and an obsessed young reporter named Mischa Berlinski When his girlfriend takes a job as a schoolteacher in northern Thailand, Mischa Berlinski goes along for the ride, working as little as possible for one of Thailand's English-language newspapers. One evening a fellow expatriate tips him off to a story. A charismatic American anthropologist, Martiya van der Leun, has been found dead—a suicide—in the Thai prison where

Daughters of India

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  • Author : Margaret Wilson,Ralph J. Crane
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press, USA
  • Release : 26 July 2021
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Set in the Punjab in the early twentieth century, Margaret Wilson's Daughters of India focuses on the relationship between two American missionaries, Davida Baille and John Ramsey.

The Warriors Covert Missions Book 2

The Warriors  Covert Missions Book  2
  • Author : Mark Andrew Olsen
  • Publisher : Baker Books
  • Release : 01 March 2009
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Young Abby Sherman has been summoned to Israel, where a Watcher, the Sentinel of Jerusalem, lies dying. In her last breaths, the woman tells Abby of an ancient document prophesying humanity's full-scale entry into the ongoing conflict between the armies of heaven and fallen angels. When Abby issues an Internet prayer warning, she unwillingly sets in motion a series of events that will uncover one of America's hottest secrets. Here's a story to enthrall, educate, and energize Christians into participating

Future Missionaries of America

Future Missionaries of America
  • Author : Matthew Vollmer
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 01 March 2010
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The short stories in Matthew Vollmer’s infectious debut collection include a gambling addict who distractedly tries to support his son's attempt at an extreme world record, a widow seeking solace in the family lake house who instead finds her son with another man, and an inept pair of home economics students who struggle to repair their damaged robot baby.A waiter at Yellowstone National Park seeks consolation in the arms of his dead friend's girlfriend. A young woman vacationing