He's run into a mystery. Stolen jewels are turning up in unexpected places, and his friend Meghan is caught in the middle of the trouble. Stephen's about to run into a night he will never forget: a kidnapping, a tornado, and a race to rescue the woman he loves...
©2003 Dee Henderson; (P)2008 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...
This is the final book of the O'Malloy's series. I have listened to the entire series and I find this final installment to be one of the best. Dee Henderson continues to do a very good job mixing both christian undertones with both romance and mystery.
I have all the O'Mally stories,and loved them all, but Stephens' story was my favorite. This is a very good series, well written, good plots and well thought out characters.I will be looking for more Dee Hendersen stories. Tom Stechschulte did a very fine job with the narration too. Thank you for bringing interesting fiction with the truth of Jesus in them.
I enjoyed hearing another O'Malley book. I have all her books and like this series the best.
I especially enjoyed his choice of a wife and going back to a small town where he was needed.
Audio version brings the awesome story to life. It makes you take time to notice details.
Well developed plot and engaging story. Characters you care about.
Good, but needs help with the female voices.
The author draws you in and you become part of the character's lives.
This book is the final book of a series of 6. I have listened to all of them several times. This author has other good series.
I failed to read the listener comments and so got a book that sets my teeth on edge. I probably accept there is a greater force in nature than us, but I don't get the childlike view that Big Daddy Christ is sitting on our shoulder directing our life. Beware this book unless you are such a Christian because it is mostly prosletyzing simplistic Christianity.
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