"Meet me at the homestead. Come alone."
The cryptic message shoved onto the tine of his pitchfork caused CJ Crezner to look furtively in the early morning shadows. He knew Joanna, his wife, was in danger from their former neighbor, but might his own life be in peril? Did he dare leave his family home alone while he followed the note's instructions?
His Eye Is on the Sparrow continues the Crezner family saga during homesteading days in western South Dakota. From swimming in Belvidere's newly completed railroad dam to rousing arguments with the area's lady doctor, CJ once again finds his infamous temper a cause of controversy. Typewriters, milk cows, war rumors, and droughts try CJ's patience, but nothing provokes him more than the evil intentions that threaten his family's peace of mind.
Joyce Wheeler spins another fast moving tale in His Eye Is on the Sparrow, the second book of the Goodbye, Belvidere series. Laced with actual characters and events from early day history, it weaves a story of life on the prairie incomparable in authenticity.