WHEN THE NILE RUNS RED
Mills takes readers into war-torn Sudan. Her natural storytelling ability and her research into the ravaged area make the book compelling. Superb characters, action, faith and suspense make this a must-read.
Former Muslim Paul Farid and his wife, American doctor Larson, struggle to rescue persecuted citizens in Sudan, and bring them the forgiveness and love of Jesus. When Larson discovers she is pregnant, she is worried Paul will send her away for her safety. Colonel Ben is injured and ends up in the hospital where his life is forever changed. Soon, Ben, Paul and Larson are on a dangerous mission against evil and must work together to survive. (MOODY, Sep., 300 pp., $13.99)
Linda Mae Baldwin