Trial by Fire

» Posted on Oct 17, 2009 in Blog | Comments Off on Trial by Fire

A friend of mine, Cara Putman, gave her book to me to read. I enjoyed it. She is a lawyer and her perspective on the courtroom is great. And I love books about arson. It’s out on the shelves right now.

Trial by Fire‘s blurb:

Her mother’s house was first. Then her brother’s. County prosecutor Tricia Jamison is sure she’s next on the arsonist’s list. But who is after her family? And why does every fire throw her in Noah Brust’s path?

Noah can’t forgive Tricia. Her failure to protect him on the stand the previous year meant his father’s reputation was ruined. Yet every time the firefighter is near her, he’s drawn to her again. The vulnerability she hides under her confident veneer surprises and moves him. Torn between Tricia’s safety and his own bitterness, Noah belatedly remembers the first rule of firefighting: don’t get burned.

Cara Putman’s bio:

Cara graduated with honors from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and George Mason Law School. She lives Indiana with the man of her dreams and children. In 2005 she attended a book signing and began writing. She writes for Heartsong Presents, Love Inspired Suspense, and Alpha. Her first book tied for ACFW 2008 Book of the Year – Short Historical. Cara is an attorney, lecturer at a Big Ten university, and active in women’s ministry. You can learn more at