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Africa’s secrets resurrect the despair physician assistant Anna Haas buried in America. Her pregnancy and the discovery of boys bound by slavery in the cacao sector of the Côte d’Ivoire revive her childhood guilt. Her mother’s suicide claimed the lives of the two small sisters Anna had vowed to protect.
Her failure to save them was unforgiveable.
It will not happen with these boys.
Her interference prompts a corrupt government to threaten the thriving mission and the lives of Anna and her friends. Her action also threaten her marriage.
However, doing nothing will destroy her.
The story weaves from past to present and across two continents as Anna fights for love, faith and redemption.


"Seldom does a book come along that so quickly and completely sweeps me up in its charm and adventure, but Waters of Separation by Carol McClain did just that. The exquisite writing and detailed research speaks highly of McClain's professionalism and dedication to her craft. I look forward to more books by this exceptional author!"
Kathi Macias: Award-winning author of more than forty books, including Red Ink and Deliver Me From Evil.

The gritty realism of the psychological human drama Waters of Separation by Carol McClain held me mesmerized until the last page. So often Christian literature is full of fluff and clichés. Not so with Waters of Separation. Life is layered with complexity, darkness and light. So too is this brave novel of a young woman haunted by her childhood memory of the deaths of her mother and sisters and her present-day life as a medical missionary in Africa, a continent as dark as it has always been. Bravo to Carol McClain for her brilliant, novel brimming with intelligence.
Christine Lindsey. Award-winning author of The Twilight of the Raj series.

Waters of Separation will have you glued to every page. The book is well crafted and an emotional experience for the reader. I highly recommend it.

Linda Rondeau. Award-winning author of The Other Side of Darkness.


  1. I love Wacky and Wonderful! I have always been an oddball myself. I consider that a blessing.

  2. It is. I never thought so as a youth. Now I celebrate it and look for others with the same trait. We're a lot more fun than "normal".