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The Ash Wednesday Storm

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An account of the destructive northeaster that hit the Outer Banks of North Carolina on March 7, 1962.
Paperback, 100 pages
Published 1987 by Gresham Publications
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Melanie Moore
Nov 04, 2013 Melanie Moore rated it it was amazing
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The book has a rambling feel, which is a comfort because I myself am a rambler. I feel like I'm caught up in a story my grandfather would tell me. There are family names that I recognize, which adds to the sense familiarity.

I cannot imagine living out this storm. The first hand encounters that the author reports are unbelievable. They were expecting a storm, but nothing like this. The nor'easter struck in the dark hours of that morning. Survivors were greeted with things you expect with a coasta
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