The 1757 New York frontier is home to the Oneida tribe and to British colonists, yet their feet rarely walk the same paths. On the day Fort William Henry falls, Major Reginald Aubrey is beside himself with grief. His son, born that day, has died in the arms of his sleeping wife.
You won't be able to call this predictable, or just another novel. It is one you won't easily forget. What a journey of pain, loss, love and a beautif..Show More »ul portrayal of true forgiveness. Beautifully done! « Show Less
Twenty years past, in 1757, a young Redcoat, Reginald Aubrey stole a newborn boy - the lighter-skinned of Oneida twins - during the devastating fall of Fort William Henry and raised him as his own. No one connected to Reginald escaped unscathed from this crime. Not his adopted daughter, Anna. Not Stone Thrower, the Native American father determined to get his son back. Not Two Hawks, William's twin brother separated since birth, living in the shadow of his absence and hoping to build a future with Anna.
This book picks up where "The Wood's Edge" left off, completing the story in a heart wrenching manner. "Creator has a plan".....