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Reviewed by Jennifer Ibiam for Readers' Favorite
He assumed a new identity, as per usual. This time, he was Cy Ford. Ford landed a job as an officer with the DNR in Michigan. Aloof and introverted, he was the strange one. But somehow, Ford and his colleagues, Jett and Avery, became drug mules for Niko Krowchuck across the Canadian/American border. Work was smooth until Oscar Easter, the Detroit drug lord, coveted Niko Krowchuck's territory. A pawn in the game of thrones between two elephants, the trio of Ford, Avery, and Jett, was caught in the middle. Unfortunately, Sheriff Anson got suspicious of the officers, especially Ford. When chaos erupted, Ford became a target, and he had to bolt. Oscar, Niko, and Anson all wanted him for different reasons. Who will get to Ford first? Cold Run by Michael Dault has the answer.
Cold Run by Michael Dault is a fast-paced and action-packed novel that I couldn’t stop reading. If you love stories about cartels, intrigue, and plenty of action, then this book is for you. Cold Run is a riveting tale of survival, betrayal, wit, and loyalty that got my adrenaline pumping. Michael is a talented storyteller who brought the characters to life with his descriptive narration. I loved the plot and unique storyline that never ran out of shockers. Ford was my most favorite character for his focus, resourcefulness, and survival instincts. Drifter Sam also endeared himself to me with his unassuming yet formidable personality. I fell in love with the sled dogs, especially North. His ferocity and loyalty until the end made me teary. Anson reminded me to prioritize family because they’ll always be there for me, even when all is lost.