Betrayed in the rugged wilderness of Alaska, Jerry Stone has narrowly escaped death thanks to a desperate rescue by his friends, David Young and Rachel Duncan. Injured and in agony, he is flown to a hospital more than a thousand miles from home. However, his own suffering is soon forgotten as he comes to understand the meaning of true courage from a little Indian boy. Laced with intrigue, adventure, love and forgiveness, this powerful concluding sequel is a story of supreme loyalty and friendship.
Sequel to The Painting on the Pond
"A stirring, compelling read sure to please the target audience, To Walk in His Moccasins is for general audiences who enjoy a good story, well told, with no profanity and no graphic sex scenes. Happy to recommend for high school and adult readers. A must-have for the personal pleasure list, the home library, and public library list." -Molly Martin Review
"Every reader will be gripped by this action-packed adventure. It is a story of life and death, betrayal and love. A must read!" -Genny & Les Nuckolls, authors of Growing Up in Africa
"Sharon Lewis Koho has the innate ability to show that hard realities of life can be turned into stepping stones to joy." -Betty P. Turner, M.S., Ed.D.