The year is 1861-- They say time heals all wounds. Those who believe that have obviously never been wounded, or they would realize wounds hibernate. No one is more aware of this than Chief Miles Johnson, a widower, whose wife was tragically killed. When he receives an anonymous letter informing him his wife was murdered, he becomes obsessed to discover the identify of the author. With the help of friends and colleagues, his search begins. If, in the process, new wounds are created, or old ones are opened, so be it. Chief Johnson is determined to uncover the truth about his lost love and attain justice. Leona Gibbs lives with her husband on the central Oregon coast. Visit her online at www.LeonaGibbs.comAt that time, it wasna#39;t on a necklace. I asked Christy to make me a little cage for it with crochet thread. Then I tied it to a thinly-braided piece of rope. Ia#39;m not one to wearjewelry, but I kept it because it was the nicest thing anyone had done for me.
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