Strong-willed Deborah Nelson has already endured much in her
life. As the Great Depression invades northwest Kansas in 1930,
Deborah's denial cannot stop the raw emotions that spread their
pain through her once predictable life. Christian, her husband of
six years, has disappeared without a trace, leaving Deborah to care
for their boys and farm in a man's world-one made even more
challenging by threatening, unpredictable weather.
Determined not to wallow in self-pity, Deborah finds comfort in
knowing her childhood Indian mentor would want her to take
responsibility for her land. After rejecting her father's demands
that she return to Minnesota, Deborah bravely faces her cruel
reality. Haunted by dreams that her husband is dead and by the
racist remarks of Sheriff Stoddel, who believes she and her little
boys are Indians, Deborah's world could not be more challenging.
But just as the investigation into Christian's disappearance leads
to suspicions about both Deborah and family friend Victor
Whitesong, a revenge-seeking deputy makes maters much worse.
In this poignant historical tale, one woman must call upon all
her strength to face life on her beloved land without the love and
protection of her missing husband.
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