Deborah Alcock (1835-1913) was born and raised in Ireland during the years of the potato famine, the daughter of John Alcock, a clergyman of the Reformed Church of England and Ireland. Like her father, she was deeply interested in mission work among Roman Catholics. Her books contain very accurate details of church history in story form and are some of the best historical fiction ever written. Several have been translated into Dutch, French and German. And many of them are being reprinted by Inheritance Publications.
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