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Also by Marie Bostwick:

Just in Time, April 2018
Trade Size
A Single Thread, February 2018
Mass Market Paperback (reprint)
The Promise Girls, April 2017
Trade Size
The Second Sister, February 2017
Mass Market Paperback (reprint)
From Here To Home, April 2016
Between Heaven and Texas, February 2016
Paperback (reprint)
The Second Sister, April 2015
Apart at the Seams, May 2014
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Secret Santa, November 2013
Mass Market Paperback
Between Heaven And Texas, May 2013
Ties That Bind, May 2012
Trade Size
Threading the Needle, June 2011
Trade Size
A Thread So Thin, May 2010
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Snow Angels, November 2009
A Thread Of Truth, June 2009
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A Single Thread, November 2008
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Comfort and Joy, November 2007
On Wings of the Morning, November 2007
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River's Edge, September 2006
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Fields of Gold, September 2005
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On Wings of the Morning
Marie Bostwick

November 2007
On Sale: October 30, 2007
Featuring: Georgia Carter; Morgan Glennon
288 pages
ISBN: 0758222564
EAN: 9780758222565
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Contemporary Women's Fiction | Fiction Women's Fiction

In ON WINGS OF THE MORNING, the highly anticipated sequel to FIELDS OF GOLD, Morgan Glennon unwittingly follows in the footsteps of his famous aviator father. Forced to confront the realities of war and the secrets of his past, Morgan fights to break the stranglehold of the enemy in the Pacific and to win the heart of Georgia Carter, a beautiful young pilot whose intelligence, bravery and passion for flight equal his own.


4 comments posted.

Re: On Wings of the Morning

I try to stick to a rule of 3 books per week, but it's really hard with all you great authors writing for us.
(Diane Sadler 10:22pm June 7, 2009)

If all the book stores closed, I'd still
have enough books to last me for the
next co years or so. Am glad to hear
I'm not the only one with "storage
books". I'm trying not to save so
many, but it is hard. I love old books
and have a lot of them. I have 29 book
cases full to overflowing and probably
40 boxes to sort through. I can't keep
them all but don't want to get rid of
any. There really isn't any more room
for more bookshelves. My poor
husband has run out of room to build
any more. No more additions to the
house either. I work at a library and
that doesn't help. I just keep finding
more authors I like.
Patricia Barraclough 11:16pm June 7, 2009)

Not only do I not get my money back from Waldens for all the books I bought, now that it is a Borders it has changed the types of books it has. It's a real pain at times to find what I want. I flew a glider a few years ago - haven't tried a bi plane - yet!
Karin Tillotson 6:50am June 8, 2009)

I only went to Waldenbooks if I was
looking for a specific book.
Bridget Hopper 10:00pm June 8, 2009)

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