While Mortals Sleep (#01 in Songs In The Night Series)
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Josef Schumacher, a pastor in Berlin, witnesses the increasing influence of the Nazi youth movement on the young people of his church. Fearful of the sway of prevailing rhetoric and misguided patriotism, Josef risks everything to counteract the lies of a Fascist government and the charismatic power of the Fuhrer. When Nazi doctrine manifests itself within his own congregation, Josef can no longer remain silent. Josef's wife, Mady, about to give birth to their first child, finds her world turned suddenly upside down. Will she realize the depth of Josef's love for her? Will she recognize its reflection of divine love? One family's Test of Faith in the Midst of One of the Most Turbulent Times in History. . .A Story of Courage and Cowardice, Hope and Despair, Love and Hate.
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