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Waters of Separation
     

Waters of Separation

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by Carol McClain
 

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Africa's secrets resurrect the despair physician assistant Anna Haas buried in America. Her pregnancy and the discovery of boys bound by slavery in the cacao sector of the Côte d'Ivoire revive her childhood guilt. Her mother's suicide claimed the lives of the two small sisters Anna had vowed to protect.

Her failure to save them was unforgiveable.

It will

Overview

Africa's secrets resurrect the despair physician assistant Anna Haas buried in America. Her pregnancy and the discovery of boys bound by slavery in the cacao sector of the Côte d'Ivoire revive her childhood guilt. Her mother's suicide claimed the lives of the two small sisters Anna had vowed to protect.

Her failure to save them was unforgiveable.

It will not happen with these boys.

Her interference prompts a corrupt government to threaten the thriving mission and the lives of Anna and her friends. Her action also threaten her marriage.

However, doing nothing will destroy her.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781612525372
Publisher:
Desert Breeze Publishing, Incorporated
Publication date:
10/14/2015
Pages:
252
Sales rank:
1,342,858
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.57(d)

Meet the Author

Given a challenge, Carol McClain is happy. Her interests vary from climbing high ropes, playing bassoon, or working with Habitat for Humanity. If it's quirky or helps others, she'll give it a try.

She's the current course coordinator for ACFW and had served as the team leader for The Christian Pulse.

Her writing credits include articles printed in Significant Living, Evangel, Vista, and others.

She knows well the benefits of online dating having met her minister husband through the computer. She and Neil live in upstate New York with their overactive Springer Spaniel.

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Waters of Separation 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
GroovieBrooksie More than 1 year ago
Separation of Waters is a well written story with some hard truths about living conditions outside of the industrialized world. One of things it first made me realize was how much we take for granted in this country. Separation reveals how much missionaries risk on a daily bases. I also like how it showed the missionaries dealing with their own issues while trying to serve others. And I was impressed with the amount of research Carol did to make this story so authentic.
Christine_Lindsay More than 1 year ago
Waters of Separation is one of those books that not only entertains you but takes you away to another spot in the world that is swathed in beauty and heartache. It took me on a gripping emotional ride, and I came to care deeply about the characters, especially Anna Haas as she cares for her African patients. This braided journey of past and present takes Anna on a journey back to her own painful loss, something many women can relate to. The author also used a deft hand to tell the terribly and sad plight of people still being used in slavery today. But hope is stamped on every page. This book is not a downer, but uplifts. The medical details are brilliantly woven in to this thriller. While this novel is a real page turner, it is also for readers who prefer a book that makes them think, and who enjoy novels of deep psychological and spiritual truth. I would not recommend this book to anyone younger than 16 but I do highly recommend it to all ages above and to male and female readers. I was given this book free for my honest review.
lindawoodrondeau More than 1 year ago
he reader will go on a journey from the heroine's girlhood to the final resolution. An incident at cocoa farm triggers a post traumatic event for a pregnant missionary physician's assistance. The author tells a gripping story as we revisit Anna's childhood and near death at her mother's hand. It kept me glued to the page from start to finish.