Epicenter Press

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Epicenter Press, Washington and Alaska

Two Old Women, by Velma Wallis (HarperCollins 1993, 2004); a million and a half sold worldwide in 18 languages.

Echoes of Fury: The 1980 Eruption of Mount St. Helens and the Lives it Changed Forever, by Frank Parchman (February, 2005). Reprint offer. A Washington Reads pick, Spring 2005. With 400 pages, black and white and color illustrations and maps, Echoes of Fury is the first full account of the cataclysmic eruption of Mount St. Helens and its far-reaching consequences over a quarter-century. A breathtaking epic story about human drama and heartbreak, the frightening power of nature, and the thrill and hope of scientific discovery—as told through the experiences of eight people whose fates took dramatic turns on May 18, 1980.

“This is the real inside story about what happened at Mount St. Helens—the most accurate book I’ve read on the subject.”
—Don Swanson, USGS volcanologist

See www.epicenterpress.com and www.velmawallis.com.

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