Escape to Freedom, the third book in the Secret of the Rose series, continues the gripping story of a noble Prussian family's plight during World War II. Events take a climactic turn as Sabina and her American ally Matthew McCallum desperately elude their pursuers and seek a way out of Communist Germany. Escape to Freedom will intrigue and delight readers as they follow along with Sabina in her quest to bring her family back together.
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Separated by war, Matthew and Sabina long to be together. To find her, Matthew will have to cross the Iron Curtain into East Germany, without reasonable hope of returning to the free world. While searching the countryside for Sabina and her father, Matthew is pursued by the dangerous Gustav von Schmundt, section chief for the Stasi. Matthew finally finds the beautiful Sabina and presents her with a rose, a symbol of their deep and undying love.
Now Matthew, Sabina, and the baron must escape to West Germany before Gustav discovers their location. The borders are watched with hateful eyes, and the Berlin wall appears impenetrable. Only by relying on their strong faith in God will they find the courage to attempt an escape to freedom.About the Author:
In 1970, while students at Humboldt State University, Mike and Judy Phillips began what would become the One Way BookShop as a small, informal source of Christian books and materials for their fellow students. Over the next two decades God prospered those small beginnings, and now the bookstore is a thriving part of the Humboldt County Christian community.
Family is very important to Mike. He and his wife, Judy, have taught their three sons, Patrick, Robin and Gregory, at home throughout their education. Home schooling enables the family to frequently accompany Mike in his work-related travels.
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Book Description Living Books, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0842342923
Book Description Living Books, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0842342923