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Gabriel's Redemption

Peter W Schmitt

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ISBN 10: 0615619312 / ISBN 13: 9780615619316
Published by St. Ambrose Press, 2012
Condition: Good Soft cover
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Title: Gabriel's Redemption

Publisher: St. Ambrose Press

Publication Date: 2012

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Good

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"Gabriel's Redemption" is a work of historical fiction inspired by a true story. As a battlefield medic in World War II, Gabe knows he could hold the life of any soldier in his army unit in his hands at any moment. So much blood. So many young lives slipping through his hands. Amid these pressures, memories from the past emerge, accusing him, pushing him beyond human limits. Drive becomes compulsion. He struggles with the belief that it's his duty to save every man under his care. As a black man in the 1940s American south, Enoch Baker knows he must keep his distance from white women. But a bored, lonely young wife leads him to her bed. When the two are found, the charge is rape, and a town is in turmoil. His life is in the balance. One man knows the truth about the woman and the rape charge. And he is thousands of miles away, in a war zone, starting to fight his private demons. That man is Gabe. . . who feels himself sinking beneath the weight of too many lives to save. And the question, as he struggles, is-- Will he be able to save anyone? Will he be able to save himself? Gabriel's Redemption weaves together the stories of these two men. . . and their fates.

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Dr. Peter W. Schmitt is a retired veterinarian living in White Post, VA. Besides writing fiction and being an avid reader, his hobbies include beekeeping, military history, board games, bicycling, sailing and travel. His passion and joy are in large part made complete by riding his Triumph Bonnieville through the Virginia countryside.

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