Natalie Sinclair is working to help with diseases in Africa and in the village of Republic of Shambizao when she meets a long time school mate of hers, Dr. Chat Talcott. They are both trying to help the people in any way they can.But, someone don't want them to find our what is going on in the country but Natalie is determined to do so.She works with Steve and Patrick but finds out that the two men can not be trusted.She and Chad have a thing going between them and start working together.But someone is trying to stop them from fining out and it is time for a new election for the president. It seems as everywhere they turn they get into trouble or someone gets killed. My thoughts: I really liked this blook and the more you get into it the better it gets. It keeps you wondering who will be next in getting killed and what will happen at the election.One of Lisa's best books I think. So go buy a copy and read all about the turmoil that is going on in Africa.
The idyllic forest sounds as fifteen-year-old Joseph nears his mountain village in the heart of Africa are a welcome change from the noisy capital he had leftby taxi, by boat, and now by footearlier that day. But screams scatter the raucous birds, and shatter his dreams of home-as-it-used-to-be.Lisa Harris propels us from page to page with non-stop action as American health-educator Natalie Sinclair and missionary doctor Chad Talcott race to free Josephs village from the Ghost Soldiers by exposing their greedy backers.Harris brings Africa to life, its beauty, as well as its seamy side. And she knows the country first-hand. She and her family currently live in Mozambique where they work as missionaries. If you like heart-pumping action with a faith-growing message, you will love all 316 pages of BLOOD RANSOM. I highly recommend it.