by Vance Palmer
Angus and Robertson, 1947, [First Edition], hardcover, dustjacket
Good Condition, previous owners inscription on front flyleaf, a little rubbing on edges, pages age-toned, dustjacket has small tears, chips and wear (see photographs)
'Cyclone is remarkable for its psychological truth, its authentic background, and its writing of the sea. Even the minor characters - Fay's young brother, Tod; Con, hypnotised by glamour; Corcoran, the journalist; Randall, the playboy - are drawn in the round. The town, with its social conflict, its bickering and its bar-room scenes, comes alive, And the story rises to a mighty climax with the storm - a dramatic tale developed with unerring simplicity.'