MILK AND HONEY LAND:
A Story of Grief, Grace, and Goats begins when a PSA 727 plunges into the heart of a young girl’s hometown, a seeming harbinger of things to come, particularly with the loss of her father in a commercial airline crash a decade later. Persistent dreams at night of planes falling out of the sky brush irony across the heavens but don’t keep her from flying regularly when she takes a position as a San Diego airborne traffic reporter. Within months, the deaths of two colleagues in a work-related air disaster seem to confirm premonition, something that fuels Huxley’s growing desire for spiritual things. But truth, she will learn, requires the loss of everything that keeps one from it.