By J.T. Ewing
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Published: Dec. 17, 2012
Words: 40,783 (approximate)
1966 Saigon finds Christianity, war, prostitution, riots, murder, kidnapping and racial tensions encompassing the lives of soldiers, missionaries and locals alike. As the tangential interactions of these characters unfold, so too, does a different perspective of war-torn Vietnam.
1966 Saigon finds a young, impressionable Christian missionary on his first trip outside the United States, a soldier battling the temptations of the capitol city along with war and an elderly minister waging his own war with the bureaucrats from both political and religious leaders.
Christianity, war, prostitution, riots, murder, kidnapping and racial tensions encompass this compelling story by Arlen Gary Ewing.
, vietnam era fiction
, vietnam 1968
, missionary stories
, vietnam history
, missionary romance novel
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