C. D. Baker (author)
Charles David Baker is the author of the "Journey of Souls" trilogy (Crusade of Tears, Quest of Hope, and Pilgrims of Promise); Crusade of Tears was first published in 1999 as A Journey of Souls, and Quest of Hope was published in 2005 along with Pilgrims of Promise. He is also the author of The List, a story set in occupied Philadelphia during the American Revolution, and Swords of Heaven which is the story behind the history of the Magna Carta. In addition, Baker has written two books of Christian reflection, 101 Cups of Water, (2008) and 40 Loaves,(2009), each published by Waterbrook/Random House. His most recent novel is The Seduction of Eva Volk,(2009) a first-of-a-kind exploration of the Hitler Movement from the common German's point of view.
Baker has conducted research throughout Continental Europe, Great Britain, and the U.S.. Recent interviews include Manfred Rommel, son of the former German Fieldmarshal, and respected author, Johann Voss. He holds a Master's degree in theological studies from the University of St. Andrews, Scotland. A former businessman, Baker writes full time from his small farm in Pennsylvania where he raises livestock with a keen interest in organic methods and humane treatment.
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