Thorndike Press

Seven Wings to Glory

  • Kathleen M. Rodgers
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  • ISBN-10: 1432844806
  • ISBN-13: 9781432844806
  • DDC: Fic
  • Shipping Weight: 1.25 lbs ( .57 kgs)
  • 444 Pages | Hardcover
  • Published/Released March 2018



Johnnie Kitchen is finally living her dream, attending college and writing a column for the local paper in Portion, Texas. She adores her husband, Dale, and their three children who are thriving and nearly grown. But Johnnie is rattled when her youngest boy, Cade, goes to Afghanistan. Then, after an attack on Johnnie and her black friend Whit by a boy Cade’s age, she learns that Portion is not the forward-thinking town she believed it to be.

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Customer Reviews

“Kathleen Rodgers is a true painter/artist of words. She has the ability to bring her characters alive on the pages of her books. The characters she creates resonate with her readers and they are drawn into a world that captures their imaginations and doesn't let go, not even when they finish the book. Rodgers has also been able to open up this world to civilians helping them to understand, love and respect our men and women in the military, their families and the sacrifices they make daily. Her newest book, Seven Wings to Glory, opens our eyes to man's capacity to hate but it also opens our eyes to man's capacity to love and forgive and the power that love brings.”

— Southern Writers Magazine