3/02/2007

A Valley of Betrayal: Novel by Tricia Goyer

Author, Tricia Goyer

-writer of the year at the Mt. Hermon Christian Writer's Conference (2003)
-finalist for the ECPA Gold Medallion Award for her book Life Interrupted,
-ACFW's Book of the Year (long historical romance category) for her novel Night Song
-active participant in Bible study groups, parenting programs, and young mom support groups for eleven years
-mother of three children
-popular conference speaker
-author of numerous fiction books and nonfiction books, hundreds of Bible study notes, a children's book, 250+ published articles

Readers know Tricia Goyer best for her World War II series but now she has branched off to another historical period with Chronicles of the Spanish Civil War. A Valley of Betrayal.

A Valley of Betrayal, Book One in the Chronicles of The Spanish Civil War series by Tricia Goyer (Moody Publishing). For reasons beyond her control, Sophie finds herself alone in the wartorn Spanish countryside. What was once a thriving paradise has become a battleground for fascist soldiers and Spanish patriots. She is caught up in the escalating events when the route to safety is blocked and fighting surrounds her. On her darkest night, Sophie takes refuge with a brigade of international compatriots. Among these volunteers, she pledges to make the plight of the Spanish people known around the world through the power of art.

We just received a copy of A Valley of Betrayal in the mail this week so have been unable to read or review it yet. However, check out Bonnie Calhoun's review for more information.

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Paperback: 320 pages
Publisher: Moody Publishers (February 1, 2007)
ISBN-10: 0802467679
ISBN-13: 978-0802467676

Tricia's blog is: http://triciagoyer.blogspot.com/
The book link is: http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0802467679

1 comment:

Andrea Graham said...

I reviewed it at Ask Andrea, you can reprint mine if you like.