Morons and Madmen [NOOK Book]

Overview

When a female fire fighter is harassed by her peers for surviving a Seattle fire where her three male colleagues died, Fire Chief Mac Fontana works to clear her name and discover the secrets behind the suspicious blaze.
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Morons and Madmen

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Overview

When a female fire fighter is harassed by her peers for surviving a Seattle fire where her three male colleagues died, Fire Chief Mac Fontana works to clear her name and discover the secrets behind the suspicious blaze.
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Editorial Reviews

Publisher's Weekly - unnamed reviewer
The humor is of the physical sort, the characters are refreshingly unromantic, and the action will leave readers with a compulsion to check their smoke detector batteries regularly.
Chattanooga Times - book editor
Excellent story-telling . . . Emerson is a top-notch writer.
L.A. Times - Dick Lochte
Always a pleasure to read . . . Emerson's style is muscular and active.
The New York Times Book Review - mystery editor
Staircase is worth the haul . . . the town produces sensational fires, and when the guys at the station house are in the mood, they tell some terrific war stories.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015498882
  • Publisher: Earl Emerson
  • Publication date: 9/28/2012
  • Series: The Mac Fontana mysteries , #3
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 247,112
  • File size: 702 KB

Meet the Author

Earl Emerson has published over twenty-three award-winning novels. His Thomas Black private eye mysteries have been nominated for the prestigious Edgar Award and six times nominated for the Private Eye Writers of America Shamus Award, winning for Poverty Bay. Emerson also worked thirty-two years in the Seattle fire department and has written a series of thrillers about firefighting. Black Hearts and Slow Dancing was listed as one of the ten best mystery/thrillers of the year by The New York Times.
Emerson lives in Washington State with his wife and the toughest old cat on the planet.
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