When two elderly Iowans, Ruth and Henry Gutterson, disappear mysteriously on their way home from Thanksgiving, their adult children find a crate of Ruth's letters written to Anne Morrow Lindbergh. In the letters the children read of the origins of their parents' passion: how they first met in 1924 when Henry crashed his Air Mail plane into Ruth's family's cornfield; how Ruth flew alongside Henry as his navigator; about Ruth's passion for flying; and how the birth of her children kept her on the ground.
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(211mm x 142mm x 22mm)
WW Norton & Co
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Author Biography - Kathleen Hughes
Kathleen Hughes lives in Bristol, Rhode Island. She attended Yale University and earned her masters in fiction at the University of Iowa Writer's workshop. This is her first novel.