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|Title: Unhidden Pilgrims|
By: Karen Petit
Number of Pages: 332
Vendor: WestBow Press
|Publication Date: 2017|
Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 X 0.75 (inches)
?Now it's my turn, ? Moe said. His index finger had the angry strength of steel even before he moved it onto the machine gun's trigger.
Heidi's anxious hands became stronger as she clasped them together in prayer. When she opened her eyes, she stared briefly at the blood residue on Joe's forearm. She then ran out of the store while yelling, ?You should catch me first. I?m the one who gave those men their weapons.?
Heidi, a descendant of William Brewster and Gregory Dexter, is a new HIDE agent. When she becomes attached by a rope to a shooter, she sacrifices her own freedom in order to help others. During her journey, Heidi must sometimes run, hide, and fight. At other times, she stands her ground, becomes visible, and shares her faith and her love.
Heidi occasionally remains quiet while sometimes speaking freely about her love for Kevin, her faith, and her ideas for dealing with shooters. Her hidden speech and free speech happen with words, body language, security glasses, and symbols.
Unhidden Pilgrims connects free speech to religious freedom, dreams to reality, and the present to the past with action-filled scenes and pictures of historic items in Providence, Rhode Island, and Plymouth, Massachusetts.