Where had everything gone wrong?
Russ Kildare faces the harsh realities of a life turned on end after his college sweetheart - the woman who taught him to overcome the dyslexia that got him kicked out of seminary - is murdered. His grief and anger dictate his decision process and destroy his family.
In this true story, Russ must confront the murderer, Robert Williams, and decide whether to forgive, condemn, or to minister. The clock is ticking, as Williams is scheduled to die in Nebraska's electric chair. His decision will force him to face the demons of his own past, and the resulting inner journey will either destroy him or leave him forever changed.
©2014 Lisa Kovanda, Woodchippers and Wings (P)2015 Lisa Kovanda, Woodchippers and Wings
"Walk Me Home is a big-hearted story, told with clarity and adroitness, so perfectly capturing the essence of Nebraska from 1969 onward. I saw my childhood flash before my eyes." (Harley Jane Kozak, two-time winner of the Nebraska Book Award)
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