A recipient of numerous Christian and secular awards, including two Christy Awards for excellence in Christian fiction, acclaimed author Jack Cavanaugh has published more than 20 books. Dear Enemy is an inspirational novel that transports readers back to the darkest days of World War II. Full of heroism and drama, this story of an American combat nurse shows how the power of faith can overcome any obstacle-even in times of total war.
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"DEAR ENEMY is gripping historical fiction that tells of the life-altering experience of Annie Mitchell, an Army nurse stationed in Belgium in December of 1944. Years later, she is telling, for the first time, the story of the deaths of her best friend and new husband in the Ardennes Forest in Belgium. As you would expect, the horrors and inhumanity of war are realistically brought to life in Christina Moore's narration. Unexpectedly, an amazing story of faith and humanity is interwoven with the atrocities as Annie encounters Karl Hausmann, a German soldier, on whom her life depends. Moore is Annie's voice, professional, fearful, guilty, forgiving, and, most importantly, believable. N.E.M. (c) AudioFile 2006, Portland, Maine"
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