"Stories from the 10/40 Window: The Death Mask War: North Korea, the Hermit Kingdom and the Fall of the Cult of Kim" is another addition to the series with four of our missionary friends arriving in a war-torn North Korea during an allied invasion of the Hermit Kingdom. While embedded as official clergy with the Chinese Nationalist Republican Army, they go about assisting their colleagues with humanitarian aid to newly liberated death camp prisoners, refugees, and even their enemies in North Korean prisoners of war. During the course of following on the heels of their allies invading various parts of the fallen DPRK, the missionaries make horrific discoveries of what life and death was like in the cult of Kim. They toil through pain, hurt, joy, and love for their fellow human beings. They come through it victorious in Christ to win souls, disciple new believers, and plant churches on the ruins of Kim cult and Juche-Stalinist idols. How far and wide will they evangelize across the former North Korea? What will become of the North Korean military remnant holed up in Hamhung? Find out in "North Korea, the Hermit Kingdom and the Fall of the Cult of Kim.