I’ve completed my second novel, Glory Over Everything and I simply can’t wait for you to read it and to hear what you think!
It’s 1830 and Jamie, Belle’s son from The Kitchen House, has assumed the identity of a wealthy Philadelphia aristocrat, passing as white. Compelled by a promise he made to the man who saved his life when he was a runaway slave, Jamie is led back to Virginia, down to North Carolina and into the treacherous Underground Railroad.
What made the publication of The Kitchen House so special for me were the personal conversations I had with so many of you. You shared so openly with me how the characters touched you. So now, I present to you Jamie and his extended family in Glory Over Everything. I hope you’ll love them as much as I do.
With deepest gratitude,
GLORY OVER EVERYTHING (APRIL 2016)
I loved The Kitchen House by Kathleen Grissom and her new release focuses on the same family as they fight for a meaningful and free life. Critics are calling Glory Over Everything an unforgettable historical drama filled with shocking secrets and compelling characters. This is a stand-alone novel and is hopefully as good as the first...
I just completed this book and found it very disappointing...almost on the level of a soap opera. The story line is weak and transparent...no where near as good as The Kitchen House. Even the familiar characters lost their impact.....Don't bother.....
And from Goodreads a personal note from the author....