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.
Series Book One: The Painting on the Pond
Author: Sharon Lewis Koho. A powerful and stirring sequel: To Walk in his Moccasins begins before the closing scene of The Painting on the Pond.
- "Koho produces a stirring work... Readers are drawn into the narrative from the outset... A compelling read sure to please...for general audiences who enjoy a good story well told, with no profanity and no sex scenes..." -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.