Russ Kildare faces the harsh realities of a life turned on end after his college sweetheart - the woman who taught him to overcome the dyslexia that got him kicked out of seminary - is murdered. In this true story, Russ must confront the murderer, Robert Williams, and decide whether to forgive, condemn, or to minister.
Most sixteen year-old kids joyride in Daddy's pickup. Not Brian Thomas. Instead, you find him out buzzing the football team in Daddy's airplane. Flying is his life - it's in his blood. Both of his parents are pilots. His older brother is in the Air Force. And he can't imagine himself as anything but an aviator. That is, until the bleeding disorder he's battled since he was two years old sidelines him.
"Inspiring story with lots of surprises"