|Plot Summary of The Healer - O'Malley Series 5|
Multinomah, June 2002, 11.99, 350 pp.
They met when they were children at Trevor House, an orphanage located in the greater Chicago area. They looked out for one another and supported each other emotionally. When they grew up, they moved into an apartment together and changed their surname to O'Malley. Though not bound by blood, they were a family in every sense of the word. Even when they went their own ways, they still visited with each other and communicated via the telephone.
Rachel O'Malley works for the Red Cross as a trauma psychologist, helping people cope with tragedy. Her latest assignment is in Chicago, helping flood victims deal with the aftermath of losing most of their possessions. When she needs somebody to lean on, fire fighter captain Cole Parker is there for her. Cole, who wants to marry Rachel, also supports her during her sister's illness and when she is involved in a school shooting that is linked to a homicide case her sister is working hard to solve.
THE HEALER is a poignant love story, a five handkerchief reading experience that readers will never be able to forget because it is so beautiful. The heroine of this novel is a very special woman who gives of herself no matter the cost while Cole is her caring anchor. Dee Henderson is a brilliant storyteller who constantly writes tales that the audience wants to read.
Harriet Klausner, Resident Scholar
|Review Analysis of The Healer - O'Malley Series 5|
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- 2000+ (Present Day)
- chased by/chasing kidnapper/killer
- physically ill
- matchmake by brother/sister
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Main Female Character
Accounts of torture and death?
- generic/vague references to death/punishment
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- many multiple characters
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