The slightest spark will ignite an explosion. The tinderbox of broken political and racial relations in France and Algeria provides plenty of kindling. And the growing friction, especially in Algeria, will soon combust. A tentative ceasefire offers little to cool the heat.
And in the midst of the turmoil, Gabriella Madison guards the orphans in her care, while battling jealousy when Anne-Marie Duchemin, David’s former flame, arrives in Castelnau, France. As they protect the little ones in their care amid rising discomfort in the community with the multi-cultural orphanage, each wonders who David will choose.
Meanwhile, David is trapped in Algeria, caught in the turmoil of a country gone mad. He seeks a way to guard his life and, at the same time, protect the refugees he came to help. And escape seems impossible.
Unable to predict what lies ahead, Gabriella and David learn that in life, waiting is the hardest part.
The answers lie in two testaments.
“Secrets of the Cross Trilogy” is a beautiful, sensitive series full of romance and intrigue. – Christian Library Journal
Interview on the blog Writing for Christ
Review on Pam Depoyan’s blog Apples of Gold
Historical Novel Society‘s review of Two Crosses
On Susan Meissner‘s blog for a visit
Radio interview with Gate Beautiful
Heroine interview on Margaret Daley’s blog
Christian Library Journal review of “The Secrets of the Cross” trilogy
Burton Book Review for Two Crosses and Two Testaments
Nice Things People Say
Two Testaments untangles the complicated history of Algeria’s war for independence from France. You feel as though you know the characters. The surprising twists in the story never stop. . . In this delightful story, the sounds, scents and scenery of France and Algeria come alive. – Margy Haines, former missionary
Two Testaments is a book with great content and, like the first volume, of exceptional quality. The writer keeps the reader fascinated. – Radio Goeree Lokaal, Netherlands