A HOME AT TRAIL'S END
The final book in the Homeward on the Oregon Trail has adventure, romance and mystery, with characters that are finally seeing the rainbow at the end of their long, exhausting journey. Though this is a work of fiction, readers may think of their own ancestors who blazed a trail for generations to come.
Elizabeth Martin and her children have reached the end of their journey. The wagon master, Eli Kincade, still is not willing to put down roots, much to Elizabeth’s surprise — they were planning to start a new life together. The new community is growing, but there is tension between the locals and the Native Americans. (HARVEST HOUSE, Jul., 336 pp., $13.99)