Falls Like Lightning (First Responders Book #3)

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Bethany House, Jul 1, 2011 - Fiction - 304 pages
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When hotshot smoke jumper Silas Kent gets his own fire crew, he thinks he's achieved what he's always wanted. But a lightning-sparked fire in the Desolation Wilderness of the Sierra Nevadas has his team in a plane before they can even train together.

Pilot Elle Westmore has been called up to drop the crew into the heart of the forest infernos. A single mother of a mysteriously ill six-year-old, she can't imagine her life getting any more complicated.

It doesn't take long for things to go very wrong, very quickly. A suspicious engine explosion forces Elle to make an emergency landing. Silas is able to parachute to safety but soon discovers his crew can't be trusted. They're hiding something, and now Silas is on a race to save himself and Elle from the flames--and from a more dangerous threat: his own team.
 

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action packed

User Review  - j29mj - Christianbook.com

This is one of the best books that I have read. I read 50-60 books per year and do not give an excellent rating very often. This book was action packed and full of surprises. I highly recommend this book. You wont be dissapointed. Can't wait for more from Shawn Grady. Read full review

Shawn Grady had hit another homerun

User Review  - A J Hawke - Christianbook.com

Shawn Grady has again hit one out of the ballpark with a captivating plot, believable characters, and a fast pace that doesn’t stop. First-rate action and thrills set against the backdrop of ... Read full review

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299
Section 2
301
Section 3
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Shawn Grady has served for more than a decade as a firefighter and paramedic in Reno, Nevada, where he lives with his wife and three children. He was named "Most Promising Writer" at the 2008 Mount Hermon Writers Conference and is the author of Through the Fire and Tomorrow We Die.

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