Bio: James H. Clay (1926-1990) was co-author (with Daniel Krempel) of the internationally respected book on dramatic aesthetics, The Theatrical Image. He taught theater courses and directed plays at Brandeis University-where he was a full professor-for over thirty years. His daughter Cynthia was his student and he enjoyed critiquing her novel Zollocco: A Novel of Another Universe, recently published by Bookbooters.com.
In the first half of the 1800's in Truro Massachussetts, the mysterious John Rills built a wind chime that he claimed would only sound in a wind higher than a hurricane. But John's best friend Justin has other matters on his mind, for his uncle Antrim has stolen his ship. Besides, Justin knows that there is no wind greater than that of a hurricane.