Brought up in the wilds of India, Walter is called to a life of self-denial and devotion to the natives of India and Afghanistan, many known to be thieves and cutthroats. He forms an unlikely partnership with Dermot Denis, a wealthy Irishman in search of adventure.
Peril abounds as they determine to cross India’s border, where their true character is brought to light. Dermot boasts that he revels in danger, but Walter lives with the “sentence of death in himself already, that he should not trust in himself, but in God, who raises the dead” (2 Corinthians 1:9). For a gripping story that will help shape your understanding of a Christian’s responsibility to the Islamic culture, search no further than Escape from the Eagle’s Nest.
With rich imagination, Amy Le Feuvre has created a cast of colorful characters as she weaves together the themes of salvation and marriage. An independent wife and a self-absorbed husband, a tempted-but-pious parson amidst a village of greedy citizens, along with a daring plan, a concealed treasure, and a secret cove, will undoubtedly keep you in thrilling suspense.
If you enjoyed The Hidden Hand and Ishmael, you can be sure The Treasure of the Secret Cove will exceed the standard you’ve come to expect from a Lamplighter book. It not only reveals a biblical ideal of marriage, it answers significant questions one might have concerning the true salvation of one’s soul.