A mysterious stranger, looking for a change in scenery, discovers a small Mormon community where a grown-up Fay Larkin has been taken against her will. Like its predecessor, The Rainbow Trail highlights the oppression of women within their religion. Following the events of Riders of the Purple Sage, polygamy has become a hidden practice among fundamentalist Mormons. Instead of living publicly, theyve built an isolated village of sealed wives reserved for church elders. Fay Larkin, the adopted daughter of heroine Jane Withersteen, suddenly falls victim to the secret practice. This coincides with the arrival of John Shefford, a failed minister whos hot on the trail of Fay and her captors. The Rainbow Trail is a romance western driven by social commentary. Its a compelling story with a beautiful setting and engaging characters. Grey delivers a worthy follow-up to his most celebrated and culturally relevant work. With an eye-catching new cover, and professionally typeset manuscript, this edition of The Rainbow Trail is both modern and readable.