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Friday, May 10, 2013

Book Review - RARE EARTH by Davis Bunn

Photo of Rare Earth

Davis Bunn has produced another great Marc Royce thriller, this one set in Nairobi. Marc arrives there as Mount Elgon volcano is spewing smoke, ash, and lava, making breathing difficult and truck travel a crawl. Refugees flow faster than the lava, and there seems to be no end to the river of humans.

Marc has been sent to Nairobi to find two people, a sister and a brother, and uncover a secret so deadly it threatens to kill not only the land but also the people near mysterious farm plots set up by the Chinese. The sister, a nurse by the name of Kitra, is in a camp of refugees. The brother, a doctor named Serge, is missing, presumed dead by some. Ostensibly Marc is there as a supply officer for Lodestone, but his assignments go far deeper and his commander far higher than the rogue United Nations commander in the area.

He finds several unexpected allies in the camp. One is the camp chaplain, another is a sergeant in the UNHCR brigade, then there are two managers from Lodestone; and then there is the youngest village elder Marc has ever experienced. Joseph, that village elder, insists Marc has been sent by God to heal their land.

Kitra, however, considers him an enemy--working for Lodestone, who she insists kidnapped her brother.

Which is a shame, because Marc is more than a little interested in her.

Rare Earth is available from Christian Book Distributors, Amazon, and Barnes and Nobel.



2 comments:

  1. Always love, treasure and value your posts. Blessings, Susan Fryman

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  2. Susan--has anyone ever told you what an encourager you are? I treasure you.
    God bless!
    ~Anne

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