Tuesday, August 14, 2012


Story Description: 

Strang Communications Company|January 15, 2012|Trade Paperback|ISBN: 978-1-59979-910-0 

Operation Jonah is a fictionalized account of the true story of one child’s abduction and the community that mobilized to find him and bring him home.  Surrounded by escalating violence in Africa, Bible translators Scott and Debra Warrington’s worst fears are realized when their 14-month-old adopted son, Dominic, is snatched from their arms.  The story makes international headlines, draws attention from heads of states, and sends shockwaves through the Warrington’s multi-racial community of friends.  Outraged, ordinary people rally together and find themselves pitted against extraordinary opposition:  an international crime syndicate, an impotent police force, corrupt officials, and a bitter biological father. 

My Review: 

A most intriguing story that had me holding my breath!  I was so worried for this child that you’d have thought I was the parent whose child had been abducted.  It was well-written and thoroughly engaging.  I would highly recommend it to anyone.


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