Book Review: the Protector

Topics: Fire, Arson, Fire investigation Pages: 2 (674 words) Published: October 17, 2012
The Protector

The Protector, is a Christian Fiction book written by Dee Henderson. While reading the beginning of the book, I thought the book was just going to be a boring book about a firefighter, but after reading the entire book, I realized that there was much more than just the story of a firefighter. I really enjoyed how the author, Dee Henderson, portrayed Jack O'Malley, the firefighter, and his family of seven orphaned and abandoned teens who became a family, and changed there sir to O'Malley. The Protector is about a firefighter named Jack O'Malley, and his 'family' of seven people orphaned as teens who basically adopted each other and who all changed there sir name to O'Malley. Jack O'Malley is a firefighter who has seen so many wrecks and fires he has lost count, but the arsonist who is treading on he, and his fellow firefighters lives, he knows his task at hand, to stop the arsonist in its tracks before he ends up killing one of his own. Cole, the arson investigator is worried, but wont admit that to anyone, but with the arson’s escalating, he has an uneasy feeling of what the future holds. The arsonist is leaving signs, murals painted on the walls with the words murderer, and killer, and popcorn at every scene. When Cassie, a firefighter who took a break from her job after being severely burned at a nursing home fire that had been ruled as the first arson fire, witnesses the arsonist in the act, she is put in danger and it's Jack and Cole's job to protect her. After Cassie see's the arsonist, she decides she has to go back to work, and she has to help in anyway she can to catch this arsonist, starting with trying to figure out who she had seen, knowing she had seen him before. I think that the author, Dee Henderson, wrote this book very well. Henderson has an amazing way of showing the emotion f the characters she is portraying on her writings. I feel as though Henderson has a way of writing that warms your heart, making it seem like you are in...
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