The most powerful storm ever to hit the United States slammed into the Florida Keys during the Labor Day weekend in 1935. On a remote island that was almost uninhabitable hundreds of World War I veterans were sent to live in hellish conditions and build highway one - paving the way to the future.
Hemingway's Storm seamlessly weaves fiction and non-fiction in a drama of epic proportions. Within the pages you'll meet
- Julius Stone, the politician who bought Key West with a stroke of a pen.
- Harry Burrows, a man who returned filled with the demons of war
- Buddy Brickman, a giant of a man who knows a secret that could wipe out everyone on the island
Hemingway's Storm will pull you into the exotic and the improbable.