The past year of Doug Dalton's life has been full of highs and lows. He shined as a high school athlete, but he also suffered through his sister Emma's disappearance during her dangerous errand into the 1860s.
Now he'd like to rest, but duty beckons as he is called to serve an LDS mission near New York City, where Doug and his missionary companions handle more perilous situations than Emma ever faced. His days are so busy he's sure the Lord would never require him to take a journey into the past.
He should have known better!
In this riveting sequel to "An Errand for Emma," the Dalton family tackles another unexpected dilemma that threatens their family. Doug is teaching the gospel one afternoon, and by that evening he's wandering the streets of 1944 Manhattan. World War II is reaching its conclusion, and Doug's actions there alter the future of everyone around him, especially his own. [publisher's blurb]