I received this book for free from in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Threshold by G.M. Ford
Between the end of his marriage and the excessive force complaints against him, Detective Sergeant Mickey Dolan is running out of chances. When a powerful and connected city councilman reports that his wife and two daughters have disappeared, Dolan is assigned the case—knowing full well that his career is riding on the outcome.
While investigating, Dolan meets Eve Pressman and her remarkable daughter, Grace. Gifted with the ability to bring people out of comas, Grace is reluctant to be thrust into the public eye but determined to help those in need. Eve and Grace may know where Councilman Royster’s family is and the terrible truth that sent the three of them into hiding in the first place. Now, Dolan faces the toughest choice of his career: is he still a good cop if he has to do the wrong thing?
Michael “Mickey” Dolan grew up to exactly what everyone thought he was going to be, a cop. The son of a famous detective, Mickey is a detective battling his demons. He has lost all sense of purpose after a divorce. Upon his return, he assigned a missing person case. The wife and children of a city Councilman are missing. After a bitter custody battle, custody was awarded to their father, the councilman. Thus their mother and the children went on the run. Detective Dolan is charged with finding them.
Threshold is nonstop from beginning to end. There are so many twists and turns in this book. What I enjoyed most about this book was while finding the missing family was the central story, there were so many subplots to keep you turning the page. This book it’s a quick and read. It’s also not just a traditional mystery. G.M. Ford’s tale incorporates sci-fi, drama, corruption along with the mystery. This book is a great read for the beach or by the pool.
Reviewed by: Mia