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Tricia Goyer has done it again . . . this time by setting her latest novel during Spanish Civil War, a regional conflict that was a warm-up to the main event-World War II. Highly interesting . . . and highly readable.
-Mike Yorkey, co-author of the Every Man's Battle series
This "wow" novel will delight Tricia Goyer's fans. She takes an unfamiliar, murky war and paints vivid portraits of individuals caught in the contradictory conflict. Tricia addresses the desperation and horror redemptively, allowing the reader a hard-fought hope. Prepare for a surprising adventure.
-Dr. Rebecca Price Janney, historian, author of Great Stories in American History
A Valley of Betrayal is a haunting depiction of the autocracies of war and the triumph of faith. Through the power of story Tricia brings history alive so that we never forget the battles that have been fought and the brave men and women who have gone before us.
-Amy Wallace, author of Ransomed Dreams
After breathing new life into WWII historical fiction for the past few years, Tricia Goyer turns her keen eye to vistas of the Spanish Civil War. Goyer is a painter of words, creating memorable scenes and characters, educating while entertaining. And, at the heart of this story, she reminds us that God can bring beauty from the darkest places, that each of us have gifts that can be used to God's glory. This is a fantastic new series, not to be missed.
-Eric Wilson, author of The Best of Evil, Expiration Date, and Dark to Mortal Eyes
The real heroes of war aren't the soldiers but the character of its people. A Valley of Betrayal speaks to the heart when deceit threatens truth.
-DiAnn Mills, author of the Nebraska Legacy novels and Leather and Lace novels
Air battles of the Spanish Civil War were responsible for rapid improvement of aircraft fighters and bombers flown in World War II. Tricia Goyer, unfortunately no relation, has enriched the world of aviation history. In addition, I have always enjoyed reading a good action novel and getting a little history as a bonus.
-Norm Goyer, Aviation Editor, Author, and Historian