Ann Burton, author of the critically acclaimed Abigail's Story, traces Rahab's incredible journey from harlot to heroine. Shorn of her hair, stripped of her clothes, and cast out of her father's house, Rahab now scavenges the streets. Desperate for food, she's soon welcomed by the sisterhood of the House of Palms, a bordello. But after encountering two Israelite spies, Rahab makes a risky, life-altering choice. ". a riveting tale of intrigue and heartache, with threads of hope ."-My Shelf
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"Mia Barron brings to life the biblical story of Rahab, the harlot who saved the lives of the men who came to spy out the walled city of Jericho as the Israelites prepared to conquer it. In this fictional account, author Ann Burton tells of the young Rahab, who was forced into prostitution as a result of being cast out of her home by her stepmother. Barron's voice reflects the pathos and tragedy of a young woman in continual crisis. Barron also shows strong ability to portray each character. Fast-moving and fascinating, this story will keep the listener hooked. N.L. (c) AudioFile 2008, Portland, Maine"
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