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Tuesday, April 5, 2011

The Missionary - Review

The Missionary
The Missionary is a novel of suspense and adventure by William Carmichael and David Lambert.

Summary from the back:
"David Eller and his wife, Christie, work to help rescue impoverished children in Caracas, Venezuela. But for David, that isn't enough. The supply of homeless children is endless because of massive poverty and the oppressive policies of the Venezuelan government.

When he is given an opportunity to do something more - to heal the disease rather than working on the symptoms - David decides to go for it. But little by little, he falls into an unimaginable nightmare of espionage, ending in a desperate, life-or-death gamble to flee the country with his wife and son."

If you're a fan of suspense and action novels, this will be right up your alley. Personally, I really liked The Missionary because it was a good mix of action and intelligence, with enough back story and emotion to keep me interested. I also like that there's a little lesson in it that any decision a man makes that he has to keep a secret from his wife is a bad idea.

This is definitely the kind of book that will keep you up late at night, and your husband will want to read when you're done. It's fast-paced and suspenseful, and a great rainy day read.

The Missionary is available from Deep River Books, and you can find more information at theMissionary Novel website.

Disclosure: This is a MamaBuzz review. The product was provided by Bring It On! Communications to facilitate this review. As always, all opinions are mine.

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