Paperback Í Deep Down PDF/EPUB Ò

Deep Down As a child Jessie Lockwood spent many hours helping her mother Mariah count the endangered ginseng plants hidden in the local woods of Deep Down Kentucky There she learned to appreciate the tiny Appalachian town and ginseng's healing powers Now a PhD she's made her home in Lexington even though that meant leaving Deep Down and her beloved mother and Sheriff Drew Webb the man she secretly lovedWhen Jessie is notified that her mother never returned from her last walk in the woods she comes home to Deep Down and to Drew As Jessie and Drew race to find her mother several suspects emerge an agent for those who market the herb for its life giving properties; Mariah's disgruntled suitor; and an old Cherokee desperate to protect the sacred tribal herbIn the mist of legend and fear only two things make sense to Jessie At any cost she is desperate to find her mother And she can't help falling desperately in love with Drew all over again

  • Paperback
  • 343 pages
  • Deep Down
  • Karen Harper
  • English
  • 12 July 2014
  • 9780778326458

About the Author: Karen Harper

wwwKarenHarperAuthor and her fb page at

10 thoughts on “Deep Down

  1. Cheri Cheri says:

    My first book by this author It was okay but not great I have to admit I went back and forth with who I thought was the killer A little hoaky at times but overall okay

  2. Sheri Sheri says:

    Deep Down Karen HarperRomanticSuspenseJessie Lockwood is in China on business when she gets a call that her mother Mariah is missing She comes home to a small Appalachian town in Kentucky called Deep Down There she teems up with an old Love Drew who is now the local police Not only does she come home to her missing mother she also comes home to old inner demons she must faceLikable characters but a bit slower than I am used to for a suspense novel I also figured it out about half way through the book the back story and main plot But it was interesting to learn of the ginseng plants and the demand for these wild plants

  3. Wendy Wendy says:

    You know what really urks me when proof readers cannot do their jobs This book has so many mistakes I've notice the same about many MIRA books They really need new proof readers It makes these books very unenjoyable

  4. Kim Kim says:

    was very good and was interesting

  5. Susan Beyerle Susan Beyerle says:

    A uick summer fun beach type romance and mystery combined book

  6. Linda C Linda C says:

    Jessie Lockwood cancer researcher is called home to eastern Kentucky when her mother goes missing Her former lover Drew is now Sheriff and he needs her help finding the ginseng patches her mother might have been counting in the forest in hopes they will lead to finding her As they work together in the search and the subseuent investigation they uncover a group of suspects that would like to keep Mariah Lockwood's count unpublished The book had a lot on the uses scarcity and value of wild ginseng It also gave an interesting perspective on the lives of those living in small Appalachian areas My problem with the book was the way the villain takes the time at the climax to narrate his reasons for murder and his relationships with the victims while in the process of attempting to murder Jessie It fell apart for me at the end

  7. Kendra Kendra says:

    Unlike the other books I have read by Karen Harper I had a hard time getting through this one The background was interesting Appalachia ginseng etc but the story itself didn't grab me in

  8. Amber Amber says:

    I normally dont review a book I got halfway in and got tired of the sang talk and herbal storyline IT was obvious what the tall thing was and what it was made of I figured out who did it about halfway in sooo obvious So i skipped to the end only to prove to myself that my prediction was spot on It was entirely too long for a predictable outcome I skipped half the book I gave it 2 stars because it actually kept me reading until halfway otherwise it would have been 1 star for originality the sang storyline

  9. Beth Lechman Beth Lechman says:

    A woman is killed while out counting ginseng for the government Ginseng is very valuable in this small town of Deep Down in the Appalachian mountains While the Sheriff is trying to solve this murder another murder occurs Normally a uiet town people are stating to point fingers at an old Cherokee Indian for the killings The book just seemed to drag a bit for me although I believe this was well researched

  10. Mary Baker Mary Baker says:

    I liked the plot of the story which concerned the ginseng crop in Kentucky Some wanted it to be plentiful so the government would consider it profitable to export it while others did not I liked the characters Jess Cassie Drew Seth and others I didn't really know who the murderer was until the end and thought it was someone else I thought the author wrote the suspenseful scenes well I enjoyed this novel and would recommend it to anyone who likes mysteries

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *