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OMalley Series by Dee Henderson
As an award winning Christian novelist and author, Dee Henderson is the creator of over 14 best-selling novels. Currently living in Springfield, Illinois, Dee Henderson is a lifelong inhabitant of the state of Illinois. Born and raised in the house of a pastor, Dee is a staunch Christian and that is also one of the main reasons why most of her works have been written while observing Christian values. After completing her high school education, Dee Henderson joined the University of Illinois. Upon completing her university education, Dee Henderson began working as an engineer.
Author Dee Henderson. The official website of the author. If you had a free summer, how would you fill it? Chemistry Professor Emily Worth is working with friends at Bishop Space Repair, Inc who are repairing satellites in space via repair robots. A relatively new Christian, she wants to know God better than she does now and that, too, is part of her summer plans. This is the story of Emily Worth and Noah Shepherd. Reader alert: This is a romance story, not a romantic suspense as most of my books are.
Dee Henderson is an American novelist of Christian-themed romantic suspense novels. Dee Henderson made her debut as a novelist in with The Marriage Wish. Kelly Jacobs has already had one bad experience due to falling in love with a military man; having to had fold the flag once before.
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Janelle Roberts is freed--thanks to the actions of strangers--after serving six years of a twenty-year sentence for a murder she did not commit. But a murderer is still at large, and Janelle needs to be somewhere safe with someone she can trust. In Dee Henderson's novella "Betrayed," Janelle Roberts is freed--thanks to people she doesn't know--after serving six years of a twenty-year sentence for a murder she did not commit. But a murderer is still at large, and Janelle needs to be somewhere Evie Blackwell's reputation as a top investigator for the Illinois State Police has landed her an appointment to the governor's new Missing Persons Task Force.