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Danger In The Shadows (O'Malleys, Prequel)
Danger In The Shadows - O'Malleys, Prequel
Author: Dee Henderson
Sara's terrified. She's falling in love. And if that's not bad enough, it's with former pro football player Adam Black, a man everyone knows. That fact could cost Sara her life. Sara has been invisible, hidden away in a witness protection program from the man who kidnapped her and her sister twenty-five years ago, who caused her ...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9781576735770
ISBN-10: 157673577X
Publication Date: 7/28/1999
Pages: 384
  • Currently 4.3/5 Stars.

4.3 stars, based on 109 ratings
Publisher: Multnomah
Book Type: Paperback
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kskrista avatar reviewed Danger In The Shadows (O'Malleys, Prequel) on + 162 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 3
I put off reading any of Dee Henderson's books because I was afraid of how suspenseful (read: scary) they would be. Now that I've read Danger in the Shadows I am looking forward to reading all of her books! I enjoyed it so much and it wasn't nearly as terrifying as I'd thought it might be while still being intense and gripping enough that I didn't want to put it down. Suffice it to say, I read it in one day and loved it! (Great love story....)
reviewed Danger In The Shadows (O'Malleys, Prequel) on + 174 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 2
wonderful story about love with intrigue, suspense and faith
2manyb00ks avatar reviewed Danger In The Shadows (O'Malleys, Prequel) on + 203 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 2
This seems like it's gonna be a great series. Enjoyed this book, it was a quick read. Looking forward to the next book. I loved that there was no bad language to worry about in this book.

Update: I read as far as the 3rd book in this series. They are just overly religious for me (and I am a religious person!) First book was awesome, but it just seemed to go downhill from there.
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reviewed Danger In The Shadows (O'Malleys, Prequel) on + 11 more book reviews
Terrific book and overall fabulous series by Dee Henderson. I would highly recommend this book / series.
reviewed Danger In The Shadows (O'Malleys, Prequel) on + 82 more book reviews
The prequel to the O'Mally series. Riviting and suspensful. Impossible to put down.
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I just finished reading four Ted Bell novels and thought, 'wow, it is going to be tough to top these.' I love suspense and strong character lines. I began with this book as well as the second book in this series, The Negotiator. I read both of them within a week. They were wonderful reads. I was never bored! This book has a great deal of excitement and an entire spectrum of emotions. You fall in love with the characters right away and Dee Henderson is great at taking you through the decision/thought processes with her characters. You want to cry with them, cheer them on, and can't wait to get back to reading so you can be part of their world. Her writing is gentle and yet suspensful. There is no room for 'fluff,' just great story-line. This particular book is heart-wrenching and wonderful. I found myself crying with Sara and hoping with her for her future. I watched for clues to the mystery surrounding her life... I ached with her for a sense of normalcy in her life. Through each twist and danger... Fear and hope... betrayal and romance... I found I couldn't put this book down. The characters have a strong faith, that is tested, in a God who loves them through it all. This would be an excellent book for a teenager as well as adults since there is no graphic content. The subject matter is heavy, though. Some of the downfalls: We never got to see inside the head of the kidnapper. There was nothing about him at all until the last paragraph. Also, it ended way too quickly as far as the kidnapper and Sara meeting. Another thing that doesn't bother me, but I know some people don't appreciate it, but it was a little unrealistic in how rich they were and how much of the FBI was surrounding her at all times. I liked it. I find it fun to live a fantasy life like that as I read. It is, after all, 'fiction.' Read the synopsis above to see the details of the story. I highly recommend Dee Henderson. Now I need to go start book #3 - The Guardian!


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