Paperback, 186 pages, 5.5 X 8.5
Three young people -- one from Australia, one from Canada, and one from Britain -- visit the country once known as Rhodesia in the wake of its achievement of black majority rule.
But the ghosts of the country's troubled past have not yet been laid to rest, as Paul, Susanna and Stephen will soon discover.
Voice of the Lord is a compelling exploration of the heart of darkness within us all, as well as of the enduring power of poetry to explain and heal.
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