A sister lost. A body found. The truth buried.
"Ma said I was old enough to face the facts. So I went with Ma and Grandfather Bolte out to the McCabe stables to "identify".....There wasn't a lot of the body left (the sheriff said that it'd been exposed to animals). There wasn't a face. There wasn't a left or right hand. The body was wrapped in fabric from Agatha's blue-green ball gown. There was a clump of auburn hair..... I'm glad I looked. I know what I saw. I also know what I didn't see."
When wild west, sharp shooting, 13 year old Georgie Burkhardt, is called on to identify the body of her older sister, she refuses to believe that her sister Agatha is laid out in that coffin. Georgie sets out on a journey through the western frontier with her sister's former fiance' to find her sister and bring her home. She will track every last clue about the murder but can she prove her sister is still alive? And if that's not her sister, then who is the girl buried in her sister's grave? Don't miss the mystery and adventure of One Came Home. Grades 5+