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Shelley MosleyThe Ghost Soldiers are more than a frightful legend whispered about in the shadows of night—they're a very real threat, and they've just murdered Joseph Komboli's mother and taken his seven-year-old sister and father as slaves. Although wounded, Joseph finds his way to Natalie Sinclair, a medical consultant in the Republic of Dhambizao. Chad Talcott, a successful surgeon who has left his practice in the states to volunteer at the too-small, understaffed clinic in Dhambizao, tends to more than Joseph's wounds.
Touched by the boy's plight, Chad and Natalie make a decision to fight the nefarious slave traders, who threaten everyone in their path. Although their mission is perilous, and their lives are at risk, Chad and
Natalie forge a deep friendship that grows into a romantic relationship. The author's experiences as a missionary in Africa add to the authenticity of this tale of love and faith in the face of great danger. With its rich details and powerful, emotional message, this is the first book in Harris' Mission Hope series. — Shelley Mosley