(PUBHarperSanFrancisco)A wealthy writer, caught in a depressing marriage, faces the pain of his brother's betrayal and the death of the girl he loved. "This clergyman can tell a story that has a theological dimension without sounding sanctimonious or trite partly because his turn of mind is ironic, unsentimental,"---New York Times. 208 pages, softcover.
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Review 1 for The Storm a Novel
Date:February 3, 2003
I really enjoyed the book as it was a mystery, thoughtful, without violence or bad language. It would be an excellent book for a book discussion group that had faith questions. This novel provides great springboard questions.