The Secret Road Home (Paperback)

Author: Wise, Robert L.

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After their B-17 is downed over Berlin, two American soldiers must escape a Gestapo agent intent on keeping them from finding shelter and safety in Belgium.


Publisher B&H Publishing Group
Mfg Part# 9780805430745
SKU 202304774
Format Paperback
ISBN10 0805430741
Release Date 4/10/2007
Dimensions (in Inches) 8.75H x 5.75L x 0.75T
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Editors Note A World War II story of faith and courage, The Secret Road Home is based on true accounts of Madame Ann Brusselman's counter-espionage work smuggling Allied soldiers out of Nazi territory. Jack Martin is an American soldier whose B-17 Flying Fortress plane is downed after a bombing run over Berlin. Captain Martin, who was severely burned in the crash, and his navigator, Hank Holt, find their way to Brusselman's escape shelter in Belgium. But they are pursued by Gestapo agent Arnwolf Mandel, a vicious Nazi whose own interests will be served if he can capture these wounded Americans. Mandel's hunt sets off a harrowing chase all the way to the French seaside town of Calais, where Jack Martin learns by surprise that the goodness of God is still at work, even amidst the treachery of men.
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Book Format Paperback
Number of Pages 0296
Publisher B&H Publishing Group
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