Series: Faith in Action

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Bible Smuggler: Story of Brother Andrew (Faith in Action) by David Wallington
Death Camp on the River Kwai : The story of Ernest Gordon [Faith in Action series](1 vol Stock no.8) by Roger J Owen
Free at Last : The story of Martin Luther King Jr by R.J. Owen
Friend of Drug Addicts : The story of David Wilkerson [Faith in Action series] (1 vol Stock no.1) by Roger J Owen
The gangster who cried : the story of Nicky Cruz [Faith in Action series](1 vol Stock no.12) by Roger J Owen
In the Streets of Calcutta: Story of Mother Teresa (Faith in Action) by Audrey Constant
Man of Peace : The story of Mahatma Gandhi [Faith in Action series] (1 vol Stock no.5) by Audrey Constant
Single ticket to China : the story of Gladys Aylward [Faith in Action series] (1 vol Stock no.3) by Roger J Owen
Someone to talk to : The story of Chad Varah and the Samaritans [Faith in Action series](1 vol Stock no.7) by Audrey Constant
The story of Helen Keller by Roger J Owen4

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