“Three Sheets In The Wind”, a sequel to “The Cat on Salter’s Point”, is quite a treat. We see the return of some of our favorite characters but get to meet new ones as well. The sequel takes on a life of its own while giving us a deeper view of some of the characters we already knew. We see Rachel really grow as a wife, social worker, and as a person. But we are still entertained by Hiram. One of the characters, a social worker, is hard to read right up to the very end and then you are hit with a big surprise. You get a sense of nostalgia with this fictional work set in the 1980’s. And as in the novel “The Cat on Salter’s Point”, Ms. Dixon-Thomas paints a vivid picture not only of her characters but also the unique scenery and landscape of the Great Northwest. This book is fun and relatable and will keep you turning pages.
Holly Lightkep, MSN, PMHNP-BC
Categories: Short Stories