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NFPA challenge: How many novels can you name with “Fire,” “Flame,” or “Smoke” in the title?

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Por Lisa Braxton

In less than two weeks, summer will officially be here. I’ve compiled my summer reading list and the “hottest” choice at the top of my night table stack is a light mystery called Fire Engine Dead. It’s part of the publisher’s “Museum Mystery” series. The synopsis on the back of the book is enticing: “Nell Pratt, president of the Pennsylvania Antiquarian Society in Philadelphia, has to spark her intuition to find an arsonist/murderer whose identity is veiled in smoke. Valuable pieces in storage from the Fireman’s Museum go up in flames and a guard is killed in the blaze.”

Now here’s your challenge: How many fire-themed novels can you come up with that feature “Fire,” “Flame,” or “Smoke” in the title? Click on the “comments” link below to respond. I just might add your titles to my list.

Fuente:: NFPA – Información de seguridad


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