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The Survivors
by Gregg Luke
American Fork, Utah: Covenant Communications, 2007 (276 pp.)

Genre:  Novel

Subjects: Aircraft accident victims--Fiction; Survival after airplane accidents, shipwrecks, etc.--Fiction; Jungle survival--Fiction;
When the plane went down, David Kirkham’s head was a million miles away. The combination of sleeping pills and alcohol left him much more foggy than his usual obsessive and cynical self. However, he did seem to remember there was someone sitting next to him—a young Mormon girl. The last thing he could recall was the panicked sound of her voice.

Surrounded by jungle, the two survivors are forced to walk their battered bodies back to civilization—and their families. However, young Melodee’s self-assured, uncomplaining attitude hides a foe that has been fiercely tearing at her innocent life. And with time ticking away, can the pair outmaneuver the desperate men who will stop at nothing to protect a lucrative secret? Can David and Melodee find a safe place within the primordial jungle before evil finds them? [from publisher's web site]

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HBLL Call No: BX 8688.3 .L969su 2007

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