Where Hope Shines Through

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G.K. Hall, 1994 - Fiction - 419 pages
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General Fiction Large Print Edition Rumors buzzed through Britain s Special Operations division. The Gestapo had captured a top British agent in France, and his colleagues were in hiding. As a result, the agency had canceled all further parachute drops into that area, including Katharine s. She felt deep frustration after training so long for her work as a courier for the French resistance. It was just one more thing that had been taken away from her by a war that had brought her the darkest hours she had ever known. But the British agent escapes from his captors, and the entire division celebrates, knowing their work can continue. When he turns up in Britain at a dance, Katharine is shocked. The famous agent is actually the dashing army officer she d met on a train several months before and could not get out of her mind . . .

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A frequent speaker, in both French and English, at seminars, retreats, and conferences across Europe, Noreen Riols often addresses a subject near to her heart: the true victims of abortion, babies and their mothers. She is also heard on radio and televisi

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