E. James Dubois’s Newly Released “The Pathfinder” Is a Thrilling Novel about Fighting for Vietnamese Orphaned Girls Who Are Forced into a Human Trafficking Scheme

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“The Pathfinder” from Christian Faith Publishing author E. James DuBois is an engrossing book about a soldier at war’s battle against an international human trafficking scheme that is difficult to end, helping in the fight for justice for the Vietnamese orphaned girls who are victimized into captivity.

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“The Pathfinder”: an entertaining story on Lincoln Davis as he learns on how to become an ideal soldier and faces the enemy and many challenges in the jungles of Vietnam to attain justice. “The Pathfinder” is the creation of published author, E. James DuBois, a veteran of the Vietnam War.

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, E. James DuBois’s new book is a creatively-written story on a brave man’s desire to pursue further training with the US Army Pathfinder School and the Army Rangers in Georgia—the protagonist is a man who continues to challenge himself by applying for a leadership position to protect citizens from injustices.

This page-turner is not a typical story about a soldier’s battles. It is a fictional story that revolves around how complicated these battles that soldiers face can be, so readers will be more appreciative for the men who choose to be soldiers or protectors of mankind in real life.

View a synopsis of “The Pathfinder” on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase “The Pathfinder” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, Kobo or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “The Pathfinder”, contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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