In the presence of my enemies / Gracia Burnham, with Dean Merrill.

By: Burnham, GraciaContributor(s): Merrill, DeanPublication details: Wheaton, Ill. : Tyndale House, c2003Description: xvii, 307 p., [16] p. of plates : maps, col. photos. ; 24 cmISBN: 0842381384 (hc); 9780842381383 (hc)Subject(s): Burnham, Gracia | Burnham, Martin | Abu Sayyaf (Organization) | New Tribes Mission -- Biography | Hostages -- Philippines -- Biography | Missionaries -- Philippines -- Biography | Missionaries -- United States -- Biography | Geiselnahme | Entführung | Geschichte 2001 | Erlebnisbericht | PhilippinenDDC classification: 959.904/8/092273 | B LOC classification: BV3382.B87 | A3 2003
Contents:
Seized at dawn -- Bright beginnings -- The nicest guy -- Rookies -- Toddlers and traffic -- The perils of Palawan -- Hospital of horror -- The threat -- Left behind -- Surrounded -- A song for the jungle -- Justice or mercy? -- September 11 -- Wedding time -- The package -- Silent nights -- So close -- Ransomed! -- One rainy afternoon -- The embassy -- Going home -- Reflections.
Summary: Presents a firsthand account of the kidnapping of two American missionaries by the Abu Sayyaf terrorist group in the Philippines, a yearlong ordeal that ended with the death of the author's husband, Martin Burnham.
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Maps on lining papers.

Seized at dawn -- Bright beginnings -- The nicest guy -- Rookies -- Toddlers and traffic -- The perils of Palawan -- Hospital of horror -- The threat -- Left behind -- Surrounded -- A song for the jungle -- Justice or mercy? -- September 11 -- Wedding time -- The package -- Silent nights -- So close -- Ransomed! -- One rainy afternoon -- The embassy -- Going home -- Reflections.

Presents a firsthand account of the kidnapping of two American missionaries by the Abu Sayyaf terrorist group in the Philippines, a yearlong ordeal that ended with the death of the author's husband, Martin Burnham.