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Earl Emerson is a lieutenant in the Seattle Fire Department. He is the Shamus Award—winning author of Vertical Burn and Into the Inferno, as well as the Thomas Black detective series, which includes The Rainy City, Poverty Bay, Nervous Laughter, Fat Tuesday, Deviant Behavior, Yellow Dog Party, The Portland Laugher, The Vanishing Smile, The Million-Dollar Tattoo, Deception Pass, and Catfish Café. He lives in North Bend, Washington.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Fire fighters Fiction, Seattle (Wash, ) Fiction, Arson investigation Fiction, Pyromania Fiction