Yea Though I Walk
by Kenneth Emerson Newman
This is a story about an idealistic and nave young teacher and his pregnant wife. He takes a job in a remote area of the American West. Here he encounters extreme prejudice. He becomes the intended victim of a vicious conspiracy which could ruin his reputation and destroy his teaching career. The action of the story centers around his struggle against this attack and the events which enable him to survive and to eventually triumph over his attackers.
About the Author:
The author has experienced working in such an environment and is well qualified to tell this story.
(2015, Paperback, 248 pages)