This is a well-written historical novel by a most talented author. Readers will fall in love with the characters and will be disappointed to see the story end.

Eyes-in-the-Sky is a young white woman living with the Comanche. Taken when she was a child, she has no memories of the white world. When she's rescued by the army, she comes to live with a family who name her Deborah, but she longs to go back to the Indians. As Joe, the son of the woman she's staying with, softens his heart toward her, he realizes that she may not belong with him and his mother. But then her white relatives show up to bring her back with them. Can Deborah find her true place in the world? (Steeple Hill, Jul., 320 pp., $6.99)
Reviewed by: 
Patsy Glans