Daylight Must Come The Story of Dr Helen Roseveare - BURGESS, AlanMichael Joseph, 1975, Hardback in Dustwrapper..
This incredible epic is not just another Congo narrative of pillage, horror and war. The gentle humanity and faith, determination and humour of Helen Roseveare during her eighteen years as a missionary in the Congo shines through on every page of this enthralling book. Arriving in the Congo in 1953, she started her own hospital and medical centre from a disused leper colony, and set up clinics in lonely villages. During the crises of 1960 and 1964, she refused to leave the country, although many of her friends and colleagues had been brutally slaughtered; and then suddenly it was too late……
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