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AN IMPARTIAL WITNESS – Charles Todd

“Early Summer, 1917 “The burn victim, swathed in bandages…was frightful to see, his skin still raw and weeping, his eyes his only recognizable feature.  I knew and he knew that in spite of all his doctors could do, it would … Continue reading

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THE RED DOOR – Charles Todd

Charles Todd’s THE RED DOOR is one of the best in the twelve book series. Walter Teller, a missionary in China and Africa and a chaplain in WWI, is suddenly stricken with a paralysis. He is taken to an exclusive … Continue reading

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