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High Country Alternate cover edition ISBN National park ranger Anna Pigeon goes undercover as a waitress at Yosemite National Park to investigate the disappearance of four young employees What waits for Anna in the snowy wilderness of the Sierra Nevadas is a nightmare of death and greed and perhaps her final adventure

About the Author: Nevada Barr

Nevada Barr is a mystery fiction author, known for her Anna Pigeon series of mysteries, set in National Parks in the United States Barr has won an Agatha Award for best first novel for Track of the Cat.Barr was named after the state of her birth She grew up in Johnstonville, California She finished college at the University of California, Irvine Originally, Barr started to pursue a career in theatre, but decided to be a park ranger In 1984 she published her first novel, Bittersweet, a bleak lesbian historical novel set in the days of the Western frontier.While working in Guadalupe Mountains National Park, Barr created the Anna Pigeon series Pigeon is a law enforcement officer with the United States National Park Service Each book in the series takes place in a different National Park, where Pigeon solves a murder mystery, often related to natural resource issues She is a satirical, witty woman whose icy exterior is broken down in each book by a hunky male to whom she is attracted such as Rogelio.Currently, Ms Barr lives in New Orleans, LA.http us.macmillan.com author nevada

10 thoughts on “High Country

  1. HBalikov HBalikov says:

    I have been into these Anna Pigeon novels from the start She s a smart and resourceful National Park Ranger who author Barr has moving from one USA National Park to another with each book This book finds her in Yosemite National P

  2. Donna Thompson Donna Thompson says:

    First of all, I want to say that the Anna Pidgeon mystery series is stellar and I absolutely love it I eagerly await every book and would recommend it to anyone.That being said, there was one glaringly obvious flaw in this book, that I ju

  3. Kelly H. (Maybedog) Kelly H. (Maybedog) says:

    Damn Nevada Barr for writing books I can t put down so I don t get enough sleep I should know better than to start one of her novels in the evening Nevada Barr is one of those people who write so well I find myself slowing down to make sure I cap

  4. Nancy Bandusky Nancy Bandusky says:

    This mystery novel s heroine is Anna Pigeon, an undercover park ranger She is working as a waitress in the hopes of discovering what happened to four missing people The poor lady is beat up several times, left on her own by her supervisors, and deemed to

  5. Lori Lori says:

    Anna Pigeon goes undercover as a waitress in Yosemite National Park to find what happened to three hikers She must spend time getting to know the various persons in the park, and being chummy is not one of her strengths She does manage to forge some trust, but m

  6. Eric Eric says:

    3.5 starsI find the Anna Pigeon crime mystery suspense novels as reading comfort food They are well written and predictably good Anna Pigeon is this kick ass crime solving national park ranger Even though this is a series, I find no problem reading them as stand alone b

  7. Sally Lindsay-briggs Sally Lindsay-briggs says:

    This was a wonderful story on audio cassette that I listened to en route to my daughter s house It was exciting, realistic and it showed Anna, the Park Ranger as resourceful, smart and tough She was posing as a waitress to ferret out information for two people who d disappeared

  8. Daniel Daniel says:

    I ve said it before, and I ll repeat it here, I m generally not a fan of the mystery fiction genre I ve read a few of the Nevada Barr Anna Pigeon mysteries simply because I am a fan of our National Parks, and I liked the idea of using the Parks for literary series The fact that Nevada

  9. Daleyplanit Daleyplanit says:

    It started off as appealing, wondering how the scraps of information would lead to a fabric that the protagonist would put together, but there was a lot of supposition going on, and it felt rushed, sloppy even After a while it felt as if the author had contempt for city people that come to par

  10. Mark Mark says:

    I was a little dissappointed by this book Having been to Yosemite many times, I felt maybe she hurried the research for this book Her facts could have easily come from a short visit, brouchers and blogs Her story lines are predictable so I want to be carried by the scenery.

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