Inside the Rainbow is a rendition of true events under the skies and in the skies of old Alaska long before it became the 49th state. It features the lives of Marie, a courageous country girl and her lifelong mate, Sandy, who become teachers in the one-room rural school of the North. They had just been married and graduated from college as they headed for their first job on a remote Aleutian island. There were a lot of surprises in store. Of course, there was no electricity, no running water, no inside plumbing, no access to any professional teaching support, no medical support, no church, and no communication with the outside world accept with a mailboat that was supposed to visit once a month if Aleutian weather would permit. But worst of all, no village chief or law authority. But their students were great. They loved their teachers, were cooperative and eager to learn. All eight grades were jammed into one crowded room with the teacher’s quarters attached next to it. The first three days of school went well, but then an event happened that changed everything. There was a murder.