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A Talent for Fire

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Wilderland firefighter Clark Donnelly must rely upon his supernatural ability to ‘listen’ to the voice of forest fires to keep his team of sawyers and swampers alive amidst a raging inferno.

The story ‘A Talent for Fire’ runs 2,900 words long. Included with this story are preview chapters of Michael Angel’s urban fantasy novel ‘The Detective & The Unicorn’, now availabl
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Published June 7th 2011 by Banty Hen Publishing
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Aug 24, 2011 Cathy rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Meet Clark, a Hotshot team captain who has a real rapport with fire.
Short story. Interesting.
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Michael Angel's worlds of fiction range from the unicorn-ruled realm of the Morning Land to the gritty 'Fringe Space' of the western Galactic Frontier. He's the author of the bestselling 'Centaur of the Crime' - where C.S. Lewis meets CSI. His books populate shelves in languages from Russian to Portuguese.

Michael currently resides in Southern California. Alas, despite keeping a keen eye out for gr
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