by Sandy HusebyApril, 2002
April showers of women's fiction
This month brings an eclectic collection of compelling women's fiction as diverse in style, settings and stories as April's unpredictable weather.
In the steamy realm of the Florida Keys, suspense and murder vie with volatile relationships in Heather Graham's Hurricane Bay.
The disappearance of her friend Sheila Warren drives Kelsey Cunningham to dig into their connected relationships with friends, lovers and Kelsey's ex, Dane Whitelaw, who has his own reasons for wanting to find Sheila, and ultimately, her killer. Dane is desperate to redeem his past by reconciling his present with Kelsey, but Sheila's ghostly power threatens to tear them apart.
Heather Graham writes with a unique passion for the characters and world of South Florida, where the seemingly lazy lifestyle of margaritas and partying masks complex emotions. Hurricane Bay is true to its name with evocative, stormy characters torn by emotions and events as devastating as the power of the Caribbean windstorm.
Sandy Huseby writes and reviews from her homes in Fargo, North Dakota, and lakeside in northern Minnesota.