Helping the other O'Malleys through the crisis is taking everything Rachel has to give. When a school shooting rips through her community, she must lean hard against God to find the strength to help the children. For there is more than just sorrow confronting her, there's a secret. One of the students was there. One of them witnessed the shooting. And the murder weapon is still missing.
©2002 Dee Henderson; (P)2005 Recorded Books, LLC
Aussie irish decent ..little offf the wall at times Really enjoy reading and talking about what I have read...I share my sie wiht other friends so not all the picks are mine...
The whole series is fantastic...The Negotiator, The Guardian, The Truth Seeker,
The protector, The Healer and finally The Rescuer....enjoyable, easily read and full of
love and inspiration... YOu will enjoy this series...
Hats off to Dee Henderson...wish she had more books written about this family...
The Healer does a beautiful job of wrapping up the story of the O'Malley family. Even so, how about one more book book, Dee? Tell us about the second generation of O'Malleys.
Yes, I've read this entire series a few different times. It's a wonderful story of family & faith
Wonderful story, with twists and turns and spiritual growth.
Danger in the Shadows, also one of my favorites of Dee Henderson.
Cole, easily my favorite, I liked the smokey voice, thought it fit the firefighter experience.
Laughed, cried, jumped up and down!
I really loved listening to this book & my husband even enjoyed it too. We need more of Dee Henderson's books on Audible!!
The reason behind the tragedy was never fully explained. I continued reading waiting on the answer as to what really happened. I was waiting on an explanation of the sequence of events. I was only left with vague innuendos about the tragedy.
The next book in the series
I am just not a fan of this reader.
I wouldn't necessarily cut any scenes. I would add a clearer picture of exactly what happened. Where did the 3 guns come from? Why would one person have 3 guns? What happened first; how did Greg find out; if Tim brought the gun, how did he get shot with it? Those kinds of unanswered questions.
I enjoyed the Family in the book, they are not family by blood but family by love and looking out for each other. All of their togetherness seems far fetched but nice in theory. The overall story was predictable yet still enjoyable to read. There were moments of tears and moments of joy. Moments of Trust in God and moments of frustration with Gods plan. A reminder that we cannot choose when our loved ones leave this earth but we can feel peace that they are in the arms of a loving God when they do.
I love this series from Dee Henderson. She as a way of telling a story that is real, exciting and some of the best love stories without making them graphic sex stories. The Healer is one of the best in bringing family together to help deal with the hurt and loss of a loved one. Wish there were more Dee Henderson's books (I've read all of them, and actually this is the second time I bought this one, opps).
Boring, boring, boring. Wet, wet, wet. Made worse by the narrator's attempts at women's voices especially the sick, tired or sympathetic ones (of which there are far too many). I don't know how I made the mistake of picking this book, thinking it was a novel.
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