by Donita Dyer
Seven-year-old Pearl and her family faced a future of suffering and fear, and the ever-present threat of violent death. At fifteen, promised to a man she had never met, Pearl fled Armenia and made the perilous trip to the New World, where she found freedom and love, literally at first sight.
Donita Dyer, a southern California free-lance writer, tell the breathtaking story of Pearl Kashishian's life - one whose influence will go on indefinitely in those she touched.
Tyndale, House Publishers, Inc. (1979)