Book Review
Through The Fire
Shawn Grady
Through The Fire is a spell-binding, edge-of-your-seat read from page one to page 328. Written in first person from the view point of the main character, Aidan O’Neill, it is a book that you will not forget for a long time. This book is Shawn Grady’s debut novel and he has “hit it out of the ballpark” on his first try. Mr. Grady writes from experience – he has served over a decade as a firefighter and paramedic in Reno, Nevada, the setting for Through the Fire.
Here is the back cover summary:
Firefighting burns in Aidan O’Neill’s blood, but his innate gift for reading flames has
made him overconfident and sometimes puts lives in danger. When one call goes horribly
wrong and a rookie is hurt, Aidan ends up suspended and finds himself questioning everything.

It couldn’t have happened at a worse time.

An arsonist is targeting Reno, leaving a scorched path of destruction. The department needs Aidan back, but his return is troubled. The gift he relied on for so long has gone silent…and it’s as though the fires are coming for him, hunting him down. Teaming with a beguiling fire investigator who may know more than she’s saying, Aidan must discover where his trust rests as the flames burn ever closer.

Ladies, you may think this sounds like a “guys” book – but I loved it! This book may be purchased at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and other fine bookstores.


FTC Disclosure:
I review books for members of American Christian Fiction Writers and for Thomas Nelson Publishers. I have not and do not receive payment for these reviews. Usually, I am given a free copy of the books I review; these are normally given away to readers of Musings of Edwina.

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