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The Rescuer by Dee Henderson Review

Title: The Rescuer

Author: Dee Henderson

First published January 1, 2003

352 pages, Paperback

ISBN: 9781414310619 (ISBN10: 1414310617)

Rating: 4.36


Former Army Ranger and firefighter, Jack O’Malley, has always been a rescuer. But when he meets Cassie Ellis, a woman who needs rescuing from her own past, he finds himself facing his toughest challenge yet.

Cassie is on the run from a dangerous stalker, and Jack will do whatever it takes to keep her safe. As they work together to unravel the mystery of Cassie’s past, they discover a love that neither of them expected.

But will their newfound happiness be short-lived when the stalker catches up to them? The Rescuer is a heart-pumping thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat until the very end.

About the Author

Meet Dee Henderson, a prolific writer who has authored 27 books spanning both non-fiction and fiction genres. Among her works are titles that explore the wonders of Jesus Christ such as Jesus Our Savior and Redeemer, and Jesus The Truth and The Life.

She has also written The Good News Project, Taken, and the widely acclaimed O’Malley series. Her books have been so well-received that several of them have made it to the USA Today Bestseller list and Full Disclosure has even landed on the New York Times Bestseller list.

If you want to learn more about Dee Henderson and her works, head on over to her website at DeeHenderson.com.

Editoral Review

Dee Henderson’s novel The Rescuer, first published in 2003, is a gripping tale of suspense and romance that will leave readers on the edge of their seats. Henderson is a prolific writer of Christian fiction and suspense novels, and The Rescuer is no exception, blending a thrilling plot with complex characters and a message of redemption.

The Rescuer tells the story of Stephen O’Malley, a former Navy SEAL who now works as a private investigator. When a young woman named Lisa is kidnapped, Stephen is called in to help find her.

As he investigates the case, Stephen is drawn to Lisa’s sister, Meghan, a woman with a troubled past who is struggling to keep her family together. Together, Stephen and Meghan must navigate a dangerous web of lies and secrets to rescue Lisa before it’s too late.

Henderson’s writing is engaging and fast-paced, drawing readers in from the very first page. She expertly weaves together multiple storylines and characters, keeping readers guessing until the very end.

The romance between Stephen and Meghan is handled with sensitivity and depth, adding an emotional layer to the story that will resonate with readers.

One of the strengths of The Rescuer is Henderson’s attention to detail. She clearly did her research on the world of private investigation and law enforcement, and it shows in the level of realism and authenticity that she brings to the story.

The characters are well-developed and complex, with realistic flaws and struggles that make them feel like real people.

However, the novel is not without its flaws. Some of the plot twists and turns feel a bit contrived, and the ending is perhaps a bit too neat and tidy.

Additionally, while the novel does address issues of faith and redemption, these themes sometimes feel a bit heavy-handed and preachy.

Overall, The Rescuer is an enjoyable and engaging read that will appeal to fans of Christian fiction and suspense novels. Henderson’s writing is strong and her characters are compelling, making for a thrilling and satisfying story.

While it may not be perfect, The Rescuer is a solid addition to Henderson’s body of work, and a testament to her skill as a writer.

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars.