Witness the miracle as treasures of darkness are brought to light. It seems to be a typical US Army post in 1878. But in the midst of the regimented daily routine …
… a grieving sergeant harbors bitterness and guilt in his broken heart,
… a desperate young woman struggles to recover from the trauma inflicted by unimaginable circumstances,
… a new recruit with a changed identity seeks to escape the mistakes of his past,
and among them, a woman feels called to embrace these people in need and the secrets that cripple them.
Award-winning, best-selling author Stephanie Grace Whitson has been writing full time since 1994. Her published books include over two dozen novels and two works of non-fiction. She received her MA in Historical Studies from Nebraska Wesleyan University in May of 2012 and is a frequent guest speaker/lecturer on a variety of historical and inspirational topics, for both civic organizations and church groups. Stephanie resides in southeast Nebraska, where her family, her church, historical research, antique quilts, and Kitty—her motorcycle—all rank high on her list of “favorite things.” Learn more at www.stephaniewhitson.com.