This past week I had the pleasure of reading an advance copy of a new paramedic memoir.
Kevin Grangeâ€™s Lights and Sirens is an authentic, compelling narrative of Grangeâ€™s journey through UCLA paramedic school and field internship on Los Angelesâ€™s dangerous streets as he trains to save the lives of victims of heart attack, stroke and trauma. Grange is an excellent writer who does a great service to his new profession in conveying not just the accurate details and heart-pounding excitement of the job, but also revealing the essential compassion of the truest caregivers. Lights and Sirens is a book to be appreciated by both the general public and the fire and emergency medical services community.
Here is a link to Grangeâ€™s web site.
The book is scheduled to be published in June 2015 by Berkley Trade.
Lights and Sirens can also be preordered from Amazon at this link: