FIREBRANDS

new Firebrands cover pageBefore Titanic sank, Chicago burned!

A Historical Thriller set against the 1871 Great Chicago Fire

Shannon McCleary’s one and only dream is to live in Chicago, far from her parents and far from her dull existence.  Now she finally has her chance, tutoring the young brother of the wealthy and striking Nathanial Collins.  The boy is a handful though, as is his disapproving family.  To be both immigrant and Irish in 1871 is two strikes too many.  Nathanial however, sees beyond it.  He is irresistibly drawn to her intelligence, her independence, her spirit.

But a terrible fate will intercede in their blossoming romance.  For it would be a hot time in the old town tonight.  It is the warmest, driest October on record.  The Great Chicago Fire will begin innocently enough, in the O’Leary barn on the West Side.  But then the prairie winds will blow and Chicago will burn like never before.  Shannon and the Nathaniel lie directly in its path.  Will they be able to escape a doomed city where only the Firebrands survive?

Follow the Monstrous Conflagration that Jumps Rivers, Panics its Populace, and Consumes a Bustling City 

ISBN#: 9781310455759

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