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 ...
- Beginning the downhill slump.
The beginning of this book is less captivating than in others. If a woman is bull-headed and goes about doing something dangerous and gets hurt, why is it the guy's fault? If she's gonna be strong, let her be strong.
Henderson does like the mix of strong and fragile in her female characters. By this book in the series, I'm pretty tired of all the whining about the poor sister, Jennifer, who is dying of cancer. I think perhaps that is because everyone's emotions and reactions to their favorite sister dying overlaps so much that after a while, the reader thinks this is the 3rd or 4th time they've read those same reactions. And the book of Luke is everyone's favorite book of the Bible. I like Luke too. But someone should prefer the brevity of Mark or the depth of John.
And that is why I've not purchased the stories of Jack, Steven, and Rachel. Enough already.