Description - A White Wind Blew by James Markert
In 1929, at the height of the tuberculosis
epidemic, the Waverly Hills Sanatorium in Louisville is bursting with the
dying. Nearly one body an hour leaves the hill in a coffin, and Dr. Wolfgang
Pike and his friend, a nurse named Susannah, risk their lives to fight this
contagion. Compelled to leave the seminary for his wife, who then died, and
then to delay his religious training longer in order to help the sick, Pike's
faith is tested.
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Author Biography - James Markert
James Markert lives in Louisville with his wife and two children. He has a history degree from the University of Louisville, and is a USPTA tennis professional. His comedy screenplay, 2nd Serve, was produced by Sundance Award Winner Gil Holland and recently premiered in Fall 2012.