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A historical novel based on the real-life Katherine Bushnell, a medical doctor and missionary in the late nineteenth century, who questioned the portrayal of women in Biblical translations, and who exposed the mistreatment of women in the U.S. and in India.
Inspired by a dream, Dr. Kate Bushnell writes to Josephine Butler, famous crusader who frees women from sex slavery in Victorian England. Kate tells Mrs. Butler she is planning to travel to Great Britain. Though she she doesn't have a cent for the journey from America, God provides, and months later Kate arrives in London.
Once there, Kate and her friend Bess are invited to tea with Mrs. Butler. "When I read of your experiences rescuing girls in the lumber camps in Wisconsin," Mrs. Butler says, "I thought you might be able to help us in India. We need proof for Parliament that the military entices or buys girls for the brothels on the bases."
Kate glances at Bess. She sees a streak of fear in her eyes.
Mrs. Butler goes on, "I warn you, you would have to enter as secretly as possible. General Roberts, the commander-in-chief, would make sure you'd never enter another base again." She pats Kate's hand as if to soften her words. "I'm afraid this will be one of the hardest assignments you've undertaken..."
|Title: The Queen's Daughters|
By: Lorry Lutz
Vendor: Lighthouse Publishing
Publication Date: 2017
|Weight: 2 pounds|
Stock No: WW016225