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Excerpt from the novel:
"The Rattlesnake Fire site has been a place of mourning, remembering, and paying respects to the fifteen who in 1953 gave everything they had as they ran to survive. It has been a place for firefighters to be quiet and to honor ... a sad place where visitors would look at the crosses and then shake their heads as they drove away and say 'too bad.' But now, after all these years, I can see Rattlesnake as a site of resurrection. A site of new beginnings. A site where young and old firefighters can come together and cherish the lessons the fifteen instructors are eagerly waiting to tell us about."
Find River of Fire here.