Whether the storm is in the weather or in the heart,
love is our salvation
Set against the backdrop of Hurricane Georges in South Florida, as well as Hurricane Mitch in Honduras the same disastrous fall of 1998, Windstorm and Flood is a novel of love, loss, redemption, and recovery.
Praise for Rosalind Brackenburys fiction
Brackenburys writing is notable for its strange, dreamlike lyricism, its psychological acuity and its attention to the inextricable linkage between reason and emotion.
British Book News
Rosalind Brackenbury has a searching eye responsive to the sensuous quick of life and alert to the appetite for meaning and beauty in the human spirit . . . . As long as there are writers with Brackenburys visionary flair exploring its possibilities, the novel will continue to have important things to say.
Rosalind Brackenbury is the author of eleven novels (eight published in England), the most recent being The House in Morocco (Toby Press, 2003); a short story collection, Beyond Man and Woman Keys (John Daniel & Company, 2002); and several collections of poetry, including The Yellow Swing (John Daniel & Company, 2004). She lives in Key West, Florida. During the fall of 2006, she was a Visiting Writer at William & Mary College in Williamsburg, Virginia.