The Slip of Dawn by G. Harvey
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G. Harvey fell in love with Nantucket's harbor, especially
at dawn. Fog and mist rolls in from the ocean shrouding the harbor. Later in
the day, as the sun grows hotter, the fog will burn off, but early in the
morning, the air is heavy and you can feel the mist on your face. You can
taste the salt in the air and hear the clanging of the masts and a fog horn
in the distance. The world is at rest - peaceful and serene. It is a perfect
time to commune with the Lord.
Published by Somerset House Publishing
Dec-2004 Released date.
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