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Publisher's Summary

Women are turning up dead. And Lisa O'Malley digging into a crime means trouble is soon to follow. She's a forensic pathologist and mysteries are her domain. Audio book number three in the O'Malley series brings back Lisa O'Malley and U.S. Marshal Quinn Diamond from The Guardian in a tense investigative thriller. She's not a believer, and her journey toward faith is a fascinating look at how a forensic pathologist views the Resurrection. Quinn has found loving her is easier than keeping her safe. Lisa O'Malley's found the killer, and now she's missing too.
©2001 Dee Henderson; (P)2001 Recorded Books, LLC
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By Book and Movie Lover on 01-21-07

Great if you like Southern drawls!

The narrator has a real southern drawl for his Montana cowboy character and for most of the narration but puts on a good female voice for the main female character. This book is a combination thriller/mystery and Christian novel. Lizzie O'Malley is a forensic MD who uses her skills to solve murders. Quinn is the Christian cowboy who comes into her life and psychoanalyzes her and works hard to make her become a believer like him and all of the other members of her family. Will she or won't she? That's part of the suspense of the novel. Overall, the book is enjoyable. I may download another one of her books in the future.

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By Mary on 12-20-09

Love it!

Love this book; love all of Dee Henderson's books so far. You got to check them out if you haven't. The characters are wonderfully developed. The O'Mally family is great... you'll want to be a part of their clan! You'll love the story line, too. The narrator could be a bit better, but he still does a good job. I'm going to get the whole series. Great message theme runs throughout the story line.

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