A Jack and Jenny Mystery Book 6: Hijacked by Anthony Bolback

$8.99

Adventure! Intrigue! Suspense!

And, of course, Biblical truth!

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Description

This sixth book in The Jack and Jenny Mystery Series finds Jack and Jenny Carlton in Macau, China with their friends Tim and Ruth Chen. Three evil men are planning the theft of a sacred gold dragon from the local temple. The plan seems foolproof, but they must find a way to avoid the effects of an ancient curse on anyone who steals it. Unknowingly Jack, Jenny and their friends soon find themselves enmeshed in the mysterious disappearance of the dragon, and that leads to a wild ferry chase between the ports of Hong Kong and Macau.

The four friends rely upon God to help them out of the predicament that they find themselves in when their ferry is hijacked, and they are kidnapped. This story will strengthen faith in God for all children as they move through the exciting episodes with the four friends. This is another page-turner that will keep children on the edge of their seats until the final page.

Recommended for Readers 8-11 years old

 

Anthony Bollback was born into a Christian home that always entertained missionaries. He received Christ at age 16 after a near-drowning incident at Old Orchard Beach, Maine. Beginning his missionary career in China, he and his wife Evelyn, were forced to evacuate when the Communists took over, and two years later began serving in Japan for five years.

The remainder of his 24 years in Asia was spent in Hong Kong where he planted and directed 10 chapels and schools with 10,000 students. He served as Field Chair-man of the China-Hong Kong Field of The Christian and Missionary Alliance for four years. Unexpectedly, God changed his direction and sent him to Honolulu for a most effective ministry as pastor of Kapahulu Bible Church. He retired from active ministry after serving as District Superintendent of the Mid-America District C&MA for 9 very productive years. Following retirement to Florida, he actively began a writing career and the publishing of 12 books.