"Nance strives for no style like that of the early Richard Bach in Stranger to the Ground or of Ernest K. Gann in Fate Is the Hunter—in fact, the writing here at first feels hacked out and thriller-thin before it rises to blazing excitement."
Mixing white-knucklers (Headwind
, 2001, etc.) with the occasional near-miss (Turbulence
, 2002, etc.), Nance now takes up fighting the wildfires that yearly send up hundred of homes in flame.
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