Island out of Radar

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Lucinda Freeman., & Lucinda Freeman|AUTHOR. (2013). Island out of Radar. AuthorHouse.

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    [synopsis] => After her plane went down into the Pacific Ocean, she finds herself all alone for days in a raft. As she waits each day for rescue she finds herself in very dangerous situations. Being marooned on an island for almost three years she could only trust Lord to take care of her. Each day she is amazed at His provisions for water and food. In countering hostel men she had to hide from their visits to the island. Finding treasures on the beach that God would use to help others gave Lucinda faith He would bring her home. Rescued her finds herself being treated by a very caring doctor, who has a degree in the tropical diseases she encountered on the island. As her doctor trusts in God's knowledge they find they are attracted to each other. She is finally reunited with her family and thanked God for using her through the treasures she found.
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