$1 of the purchase price of “Fire Thieves” will be contributed to the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation.
Fire Thieves is a book by retired Captain Michael Brigati. Currently the book has 38 reviews on Amazon and a score of 4.9. I haven’t had a chance to read the entire book yet, but I am getting into it. After reading the reviews on Amazon, it appears as though Brigati has done a great job on his first book!
A fire rages out of control at Criton Chemical Company, a large fertilizer plant in Chatterton, Virginia, owned by a powerful Iranian businessman. With thousands of lives at stake, Patrick and Shane Meagher fight to contain the blaze before dozens of ammonium nitrate tanks explode. When arson is detected, both firefighters are drawn into an international web of deception and death, intended to destabilize an already volatile Middle East.
About The Author:
Michael Brigati is a retired senior Fire Captain, paramedic, and rescue diver. With degrees in psychology and anthropology, he was a speaker at the World Congress of Critical Incident Stress and contributes regularly to trade journals and development programs. An avid outdoorsman and nature enthusiast, Michael lives in Richmond, Virginia.
Having paddled, hiked and cycled in 49 states, only Alaska, slated soon, is left to explore for this Sr. Captain, Paramedic and Rescue Diver (Ret.) for Chesterfield County, Virginia Fire & EMS. With degrees in psychology and anthropology, Michael also served as a peer crisis counselor for emergency services workers and was a presenter at the World Congress for Critical Incident Stress.
When not traveling the nation’s back roads or camping off the beaten track in his vintage 1968 VW bus, he splits time between his home in the woodlands of Virginia near the James River and his winter retreat on the beach of North Carolina’s Outer Banks.
A former hockey player, proudly sporting more than a scar or two, he now prefers running whitewater, cycling the rim of the Grand Canyon or climbing Mt. Rainier and collecting the stories of the many characters befriended along the way.
Dedicated to the memory of his son, Matthew, and encouraged by his daughter, Kristen, Michael Brigati’s novel carries the logo of the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation (Firehero.org) in support of those who have lost their lives saving others.
Follow Michael at Firethieves.com and Twitter; @Michaelbrigati