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Down River Mass Market Paperback – January 26, 2010
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*Starred Review* When Lisa Vaughn is eight years old, her mother jumps from a ship, clutching Lisa’s baby sister in a successful suicide attempt after Lisa manages to break free just before her mother goes over the rails. Years later, Lisa’s firm has a team-building event in Alaska in a lodge by a treacherous, white-rapids river. Someone pushes her into the water, and her former lover, Mitch Braxton, risks his life to save her as they are swept through the turbulent water at breakneck speed. As Lisa and Mitch struggle to survive in the wilderness, they start to grow close again. But once she returns to “civilization,” Lisa needs to figure out who’s trying to kill her and why. Harper’s descriptions of Lisa and Mitch fighting the river and braving the elements are so realistic the reader can almost feel the icy winds. A tale guaranteed to bring shivers to the spine, Down River will delight Harper’s current fans and earn her many more. --Shelley Mosley
About the Author
Karen Harper is the New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author of romantic suspense. A former Ohio State University English instructor, she now writes full time. Harper is the winner of The Mary Higgins Clark Award for her novel, DARK ANGEL. She also writes historical novels set in Tudor England. Please visit or write her at her website at www.KarenHarperAuthor.com
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Aside from a couple of factual errors (a naturalized citizen is a foreign-born person acquiring citizenship outside the country of birth) and the rare editorial miss, the flow of the work is uncluttered with typos, cliches, or redundancies.
I'm a small-town girl, and this series is en pointe vis-a-vis small-town life.
book reviewer but love the way she crafts a story and makes the reader feel they really know the characters
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