On assignment in Darfur, Sudan, journalist Julie Keegan hopes to open the eyes of average Americans to the atrocities taking place there--and to distance herself from the shadow cast by her father. Even as she steals herself to face the horrors of genocide, Julia isn't prepared to face her own past. In the US, Fred Keegan, a convicted murderer dying of cancer, asks young lawyer Joel Maartens to deliver a letter to his estranged daughter, Julia. When Joel and Julia meet in Sudan, they find their lives suddenly redefined by ...

Desert Fire 2009, Kregel Publications, Grand Rapids, MI

ISBN-13: 9780825439223

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