Vanished, Tanneberg Mystery Series #2   -     By: Ward Tanneberg
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Vanished, Tanneberg Mystery Series #2

Kregel Publications / 2004 / Paperback

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Marwan Dosha's first wave of jihad may have failed. But he is determined to carry out his plans to destroy the infidels. And this time he has the perfect pawn... pastor John Cain's twelve-year-old daughter.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 672
Vendor: Kregel Publications
Publication Date: 2004
Dimensions: 9 X 6 (inches)
ISBN: 0825438500
ISBN-13: 9780825438509
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This electrifying and heart-pounding sequel to "Without Warning "combines a profound understanding of a terror-filled world with realistic portrayals of Christ at work in people's lives. Held hostage in Israel by radical Islamic terrorists, Jessica Cain's survival hangs on a chance encounter with a total stranger and the slim possibility that somehow her father will find her.

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Protracted, slow novels padded with unnecessary scenes, characters, settings and points of view are endemic in the inspirational market, and at almost 700 pages, Tanneberg's sequel to Without Warning exemplifies these problems. The story line follows a tried-and-true adventure formula. While 12-year-old Jessica Cain and her father, John, are on a tour of Israel, Islamic terrorists abduct Jessica. John returns home, but when Jessica is rumored to have been taken to Iran, it's clear the U.S. government doesn't want to instigate an international incident by trying to rescue her. At his wit's end, John travels to Iran, where terrorists hold Jessica hostage. Coincidentally, just as he arrives at the house where she is imprisoned, Jessica escapes out of a conveniently unlocked window. Jessica stows aboard a ship and encounters terrorists in Croatia, while her family combats even more terrorism in the United States. Tanneberg's details about the Middle East are laudably specific, but he tends to bury the reader under an avalanche of information. There are also myriad and superfluous point-of-view shifts, which hurt the pacing. Buried within are some interesting scenes, but few readers will have the stamina to persist to the novel's conclusion. A ruthless edit could have massaged this novel into a fast-paced suspense read, but at twice the length it needs to be, it fails to engage the reader. (July) Copyright 2004 Reed Business Information.

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  1. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    September 9, 2009
    Sherry
    I read several books a month and I found that this book entitled "Vanished" is one of my favorites. It grabs the reader's attention with the very first page. I enjoyed reading about the geographical locations in each turn of the story as it progressed. The ending was not what I expected and gave me a pleasent surprise instead. It is a good read from beginning to end.
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    December 17, 2006
    Teal Elliott
    This is a good story. I enjoyed very much when I read it in the 1990's under the title October Child.
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