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It is April 1892 in Polk County, Missouri, when a young man determined to escape his heritage sets out to find his calling and explore the world outside his Quaker community. Seventeen-year-old Daniel Frye is about to begin a journey away from his strict upbringing that leads him into the Oklahoma territory where his undeniable innocence and trusting nature soon sets the stage for unexpected hardships.

Daniel?s dream of becoming a news reporter becomes a reality when he is hired by the Guthrie Weekly Press and is given the assignment of interviewing inmates at the local prison. His weekly column, ?Inside the Walls,? entertains his readers with in-depth stories of the sordid lives of the outlaws that roam the territory during the rowdy days of cattle drives, bank robberies, and gunfights. But when Daniel becomes a victim of mistaken identity and is wrongly accused of a crime, he suddenly finds himself on the other side of the cell bars.

As Daniel searches for purpose in his life, circumstances beyond his control force him to rely on his strong faith, family values, and most importantly, himself.

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