The Hope Before Us
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    Aug-2002
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Reassigned to a post on the French front during World War II, army nurse Marge Emerson is intrigued by a conscientious objector's faith and fears for the safety of her sister, Em, who is recruited for an espionage intelligence mission.

The Exciting Conclusion to the WOMEN OF VALOR series!

Will They Escape the Sinister Forces That Are Closing in on Them?

Uncovering a diabolical Nazi plot, Marge Emerson is secretly reassigned to a medical post in France. There she meets a conscientious objector and finds his outspoken belief in God a challenge to her own fragile faith. When David shares his desire to return to Europe after the war and build an orphanage for Germany's homeless children, Marge is drawn to this selfless, compassionate man.

Marge's sister, a war correspondent, is recruited for intelligence work by an American secret service agency and quickly becomes involved in an intricate web of espionage. Em's fledgling relationship with a fellow correspondent is threatened by his concern over the dangerous risks she willingly embraces. When Marge and Em are unexpectedly reunited in France, they attempt a daring rescue.
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