Sunday, March 28, 2010

Blood Ransom by Lisa Harris

New from Zondervan, Blood Ransom by Lisa Harris is a fast-paced adventure set deep in Africa. Natalie Sinclair works in villages, helping to rid the people of disease. She's heard the stories of Ghost Soldiers, but no one believes that they exist. Why would Ghost Soldiers empty villages of their inhabitants and leave nothing behind except for some blood on the ground? Natalie befriends one of her translators, Joseph, and he brings back shocking evidence that this indeed is happening. And it happened in his village, to his family. He has the pictures to prove it.
Follow Natalie as the next week unwinds in ways she could have never imagined. The pictures eventually pull her into discovering government cover-ups and even a plot to kill the current president.
Lisa Harris has written a book that does much more than entertain the reader. It leaves the reader with a lot to think about. Sometimes we get so wrapped up in our little lives that we forget the injustice that goes on in the world around us.
Fantastic book! Short chapters which makes it easy to pick up when you've got a few minutes in between loads of laundry.
For more info click here.
About the author:
Lisa Harris has been writing both fiction and nonfiction since 2000 and has more than 15 novels and novellas in print. She currently lives with her family in Mozambique, Africa, where they serve as missionaries. Visit her website here. And her blog here.
This book was provided for review by the author.

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