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Thrillers & Suspense
  • Author:
    Karen Harper
  • ISBN:
    0739404946
  • ISBN13:
    978-0739404942
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Mira (1999)
  • Pages:
    400 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Thrillers & Suspense
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  • FB2 format
    1655 kb
  • ePUB format
    1962 kb
  • DJVU format
    1220 kb
  • Rating:
    4.5
  • Votes:
    732
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Deep in the hills of Appalachia, someone is stealing babies. Without a trace or a reasonable explanation.

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A New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, Karen Harper is a former college English instructor (The Ohio State University) and high school literature and writing teacher. A lifelong Ohioan, Karen and her husband Don divide their time between the midwest and the southeast, both locations she has used in her books.

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The Karen Harper Collection The Ohio State University Libraries Rare Books and Manuscripts Collection.

Shaker Run. The Stone Forest. The Karen Harper Collection The Ohio State University Libraries Rare Books and Manuscripts Collection. Retrieved 13 January 2011.

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The Baby Farm is great. com User, 14 years ago. I had never read any of Karen Harpers books until a friend gave me this one. She is fabulous. It is a very exciting book. I think the book is written well. It kept up at night wondering what will happen next, Karen Harper is an author who paints a picture for you. The storyline is wonderful,it makes you think Hm-mmm could this really be happening somewhere.

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Thanks to the Jason Kurtz family for a great time in Confier, especially to Heather for all the support and advice. As ever to Don, for being a great travel companion to parts known and unknown.

Something is very wrong in the town of Shelter, Kentucky. Deep in the hills of Appalachia, someone is stealing babies. Without a trace or a reasonable explanation, pregnant women are disappearing, targeted for the precious commodity they carry. Emma Weston is a modern mid-wife in the tradition-bound town. Raised in Shelter, she understands the women she's trying to help. and when her best friend seems involved and her own sister becomes endangered, Emma is determined to reveal the truth. There's only one man she can trust . Though their views of modern medicine clash. Griff Cusak, the new town doctor, and Emma share one thing: a deep sympathy for their patients. Battling resistance from a town locked in the past and an increasing danger from an unknown enemy, the tow stumble into a dark world of terror in an effort to expose ...The Baby Farm.

Samut
I greatly enjoyed this book by Harper. I have read several books by Harper and this was right up there with the best. It had the right amount of suspense and realism concerning the black market for babies to make for a great read. It will definitely be a reread on my shelves.
Lavivan
Enjoy Karen Harper's - The Baby Farm. This book was interesting and suspenseful -- many twists and turns -- you were not completely sure what the outcome would be.
Freaky Hook
Karen Harper agains gets your attention and keeps it until the last page.
PanshyR
The beginning seemed to drag for me, I almost gave up, but went back and finished it. Characters were very predictable to me, you dislike the bad guys right from the start. The book wraps up things neatly, with the good guys safe, even saying the heroine's sister was going to live. The you have the epilogue with hero & heroine married and working together. It also shows her brother-in-law holding his daughter, but no mention of his wife. Did she survive or not?
Hra
This book has a great plot and some wonderful twists. Having the heroine be a midwife and the hero be a doctor was a wonderful idea.
I would have rated it higher if there weren't so many plot coincidences. Also, a couple of scenes, though exciting, didn't ring true because they seemed a bit contrived.
Also, I would like to know why the front cover blurb gives away a major secret!
I gave this one a B- a All About Romance.
Balladolbine
I think the book is written well. It kept up at night wondering what will happen next, Karen Harper is an author who paints a picture for you. The storyline is wonderful,it makes you think Hm-mmm could this really be happening somewhere. I can't say anymore. It is an excellent book,and a fantastic storyline.Karen if all your books are as interesting as this one, then your are an exceptional author who paints a picture well. I felt as if was part of the book. Thank you for writing a very good book.
Qumenalu
The story in this book was interesting, but I found the style of telling it to be choppy and hard to follow. The description of a difficult childbirth was mesmerizing and really well-done, but the romance was too sparse. Mostly I objected to ends not being tied up....we never found out what happened to several of the secondary characters, people we had either come to like or wanted to be sure they got what they deserved!
I had never read any of Karen Harpers books until a friend gave me this one. She is fabulous. It is a very exciting book. Keeps you guessing until the end.