Book review: “Breathing Fire”

Your oversized plastic tote is all packed.

You don't want to think about it, but if you have to bug out, you can. A backup laptop, extra dog bowls, every irreplaceable document, it's all there, ready to slide into the car. You can never be too careful when it's fire season and in the new book "Breathing Fire" by Jaime Lowe, you'll meet some . . .

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