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Buildings collapsed and streets crumbled, trapping and killing hundreds of thousands of Haitians in the 2010 earthquake. The world watched in horror, gripped by the devastation that unfolded. As the shaking stopped, brave heroes were called in to locate and rescue. These men and women risked their lives, entering into the rubble to save as many victims as possible. Author Buildings collapsed and streets crumbled, trapping and killing hundreds of thousands of Haitians in the 2010 earthquake. The world watched in horror, gripped by the devastation that unfolded. As the shaking stopped, brave heroes were called in to locate and rescue. These men and women risked their lives, entering into the rubble to save as many victims as possible. Author Douglas Dietrichson, a medical specialist and former member of the elite Virginia Urban Search and Rescue Team, arrived in Haiti with his team less than twenty hours after the quaking stopped. Valiantly entering unstable ground that still echoed with aftershocks, Doug and his team risked their lives to save others. In his debut novel, Dietrichson masterfully entwines stories with true inspirational events of rescue and restoration in this compelling account of search and recovery in the aftermath of one of the deadliest earthquakes.


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Buildings collapsed and streets crumbled, trapping and killing hundreds of thousands of Haitians in the 2010 earthquake. The world watched in horror, gripped by the devastation that unfolded. As the shaking stopped, brave heroes were called in to locate and rescue. These men and women risked their lives, entering into the rubble to save as many victims as possible. Author Buildings collapsed and streets crumbled, trapping and killing hundreds of thousands of Haitians in the 2010 earthquake. The world watched in horror, gripped by the devastation that unfolded. As the shaking stopped, brave heroes were called in to locate and rescue. These men and women risked their lives, entering into the rubble to save as many victims as possible. Author Douglas Dietrichson, a medical specialist and former member of the elite Virginia Urban Search and Rescue Team, arrived in Haiti with his team less than twenty hours after the quaking stopped. Valiantly entering unstable ground that still echoed with aftershocks, Doug and his team risked their lives to save others. In his debut novel, Dietrichson masterfully entwines stories with true inspirational events of rescue and restoration in this compelling account of search and recovery in the aftermath of one of the deadliest earthquakes.

33 review for Into the Rubble: A Novel of Rescue & Heroism in Haiti

  1. 5 out of 5

    T. Kawalski

    As novels go, it was a quick read. Doug grabs your attention from the beginning and then its off to the races. His literary style is simple and unpolished, but when you are reading the story from the person who lived it, it's like you are there with him. I hope he writes another book. And thanks for what you and your team did. Awesome story. As novels go, it was a quick read. Doug grabs your attention from the beginning and then its off to the races. His literary style is simple and unpolished, but when you are reading the story from the person who lived it, it's like you are there with him. I hope he writes another book. And thanks for what you and your team did. Awesome story.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Rhiannon

    It was a story that pulls you in and ensnares your attention from the start. The details within this story of bravery help ensconce you in the action to the point you almost feel like you are there with the team. I think because of the action, details and the attention grabbing story it makes for a quick but powerful read.

  3. 5 out of 5

    David Winter

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