Two More 5-Star Reviews of "When the Sirens Were Silent"

Mike Smith knows what he's talking about, having both lived through this event (granted, from a distance) and done excellent research to back up his assertion that the emergency siren system failed the people of Joplin, Missouri, when they were most needed during 2011's F5 tornado. A great account of a fascinating weather event...

You can read that entire review here. A second review,

Being a storm spotter in southwest Missouri, this book is incredible. The book is to the point with facts and a descriptive view of the events that tragic day...

We ran out of the print version months ago, but the ebook is available for the extremely reasonable $2.99 for either Nook, Kindle, or Amazon's free Kindle Cloud Reader (which emulates the Kindle, see below for an example),

Tornado season is weeks away. In addition to the riveting minute-by-minute story of the Joplin tornado, the book includes the latest versions of the tornado safety rules for school, home, and office. Don't let tornado season 2014 catch you unprepared. 


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