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By: James N. Camplin

Fire on the Scarp

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Summer and fire go hand in hand in Australia. It is the job of volunteer fire fighters, like Jeff and Tina and their friends, in the fire brigades to keep their communities safe. The effect of the sun on dry grass, shrubs and trees present a constant fire danger, along with the special threat of a fire on the scarp. Jeff is the Fire Chief and Tina is his secretary and together they have the job of leading the others in their firefighting efforts, but they are constantly challenged as well by the activities of an arsonist with his own agenda. Drawn together by their volunteer work, their attraction to each other develops into something stronger, but will it survive the constant pressure of having to fight the fires that frequently interrupt their lives?

James Camplin was born in Southsea UK and educated at the Hampshire College of Agriculture. At age of 21, he moved to Western Australia and worked on dairy farms in the South West. He became a fire control officer in 1988 and has been deputy chief and chief. He currently coordinates training and trains fire fighters in the Shire of Murray.

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