- Paperback: 320 pages
- Publisher: Barbour Books; 1 edition (May 1, 2011)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1602601496
- ISBN-13: 978-1602601499
- Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 1 x 8.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 10.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 42 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,511,508 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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When an author has a wonderful talent for storytelling and an incredible technique for building an entertaining novel, does there come a time when said author cannot surpass their previous work? In many cases, yes, and the reader must be satisfied with the status quo or move on to another author's work. I have been a long-time fan of Mary Connealy s work, and her latest novel, Deep Trouble does not demand that the reader accept what has become an expected standard for a Connealy novel. This book has indeed raised the bar. The adventure is more exciting. The comedy is heartier. This is uber-Connealy, and I have no doubt that this author's talent is still growing and will continue to do so for many years to come. (Stacey Dale)
Another, Mary Connealy book. UGH! I know better. I pick it up and don't put it down until it's over. I have no life but the adventure that is in her book until it's over. I loved the adventure. I utterly love searching for lost treasure. I especially love the comedy of the romance. The sarcasm... I sometimes thinks she lives in my house... (Regina Hott Hott Books)
The author has a unique way of really drawing you back to the Wild West. I felt fully encapsulated in the past amongst the Indians and rough terrain. The views of the Grand Canyon were breathtaking, even without photographs. It made me want to visit there myself!...Certainly a fun read with lots of dialogue. If western movies were more popular now, I would certainly love to see it go to screen! I rated it 3 Flowers, but I could easily see it being higher up for those who really enjoy western novels. I really enjoyed this book. A fun adventure back in time to the Wild West. Thank you for the journey. (K Wheelright E&K Family Book Review)
It's a bit of a historical mystery, a bit of a western, a bit of a romance novel, it's quirky and funny and it's a novel of faith. I cannot say that I have read a novel similar to this before. I enjoyed the setting as I have always loved the four corners area. The author Mary Connealy is obviously as impressed with the majesty of the Grand Canyon as much as I am. It was not a complicated story but it was an enjoyable, light read. You can search for earthly things like gold, but the real treasure is finding everlasting salvation with our heavenly Father. A good light read to pass away the hours. (Kathryn Poulin MysteriesEtc)
There is so much tension and action in this book, it kept me turning the page until the very end. Connealy has a knack for opening strong and ending each chapter with a hook that won't let go. Her romance is sizzling and the humor is uber-Connealy-funny. I loved it! (Sherrinda Ketch Her Write of Passage)
DEEP TROUBLE is an inspirational, historical gem about seeking worldly treasure and finding what is really important in life. There are some humorous moments and some awkward predicaments in which Shannon and Gabe find themselves, given the Indian culture and proper etiquette for the times. Mary Connealy has given us another romantic western adventure in her Wild West Weddings series. Don't miss this treat! (Viki Ferrell Fresh Fiction for Today's Reader)
Drifter Gabe Lansley finds himself the rescuer of a treasure hunter obsessed with finding a city of gold in the Grand Canyon. Shannon Dysart is on a quest to prove her father’s research is factual. Can they avoid villains who are after her map and find love along the way?
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I have experienced the raft trip down the Colorado River , so when Connealy records the characters' reactions to the beauty and majesty of the \
Canyon, as well as the frightening aspects as well, I relate. I say "BRAVO" to Ms. Connealy and "Keep up the great work!