Walk in the Light

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Ballantine Books, Mar 24, 1992 - Fiction - 638 pages
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The Scottish Highlands in the eighteenth century have little to offer Rachel Calhoun and her brother. Their abusive father and grinding poverty make them long for another life. Idealistic young doctor Drew Wolfe befriends and tries to protect Rachel, and when he emigrates to Philadelphia, the Calhouns gladly accompany him. In their new country, Drew and Rachel marry, and as his helper, Rachel discovers a talent for medicine. She learns all that Drew can teach her. And then the Revolutionary War breaks out . . .

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User Review  - David Durham - Goodreads

Great book! Really enjoyed it - highly recommend although I'm biased, this is my Dad's book:) Read full review

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