The Pride and the Passion

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Moody Press, 1996 - Fiction - 331 pages
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In this first book of the African Covenant series, Jack Cavanaugh spins an intriguing story of two people who fall tenderly in love amid the injustice and heartbreak of South Africa in the early 1700s.

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Review: The Pride and the Passion (African Covenant #1)

User Review  - Jon Guenther - Goodreads

Oh, but that they would write Christian fiction like this today! Jack Cavanaugh demonstrates once again why he's a master craftsman of the trade. Not only was this book an historical but a wonderful adventure over land and sea and then land, again. A total delight. Thanks, Jack! Read full review


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About the author (1996)

Jack Cavanaugh is a veteran sportswriter whose work has appeared most notably on the sports pages of The New York Times, for which he has covered hundreds of assignments. He is the author of Giants Among Men (2008) and Tunney (2006), which was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize in biography. In addition, Cavanaugh has been a frequent contributor to Sports Illustrated and has written for Reader's Digest, Tennis and Golf magazines as well as other national publications. Cavanaugh is currently a professor at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and lives with his wife, Marge, in Wilton, Connecticut.

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