Flame of Resistance by by Tracy Groot

Mixed Media
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The story of Rahab, a great hero of the faith, is often glossed over because of her scandalous profession. In Tracy Groot’s “impressionistic retelling” of the Rahab account in Joshua 2, the artful novelist renames the character Brigitte and sets her in World War II France as a spy for the French Resistance. As she battles hunger, fear, and shame, Brigitte’s hope grows as she helps the cause, working with a downed American fighter pilot masquerading as a Dutch conscript. Scrupulously researched and lovingly written, Flame of Resistance plunges the reader into an exhilarating story of courage, grace, and one endearing woman’s leap of faith. (Tyndale House)

About the Author

Lorilee Craker, a native of Winnipeg, Manitoba, lives in Grand Rapids, Mich., in a 1924 house full of teenagers, pets, exchange students, and houseplants. The author of 15 books, including Anne of Green Gables, My Daughter and Me, she is the Mixed Media editor of The Banner. Find her at Lorileecraker.com or on Instagram @thebooksellersdaughter.

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