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Barr, Nevada
 

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Nevada Barr draws on her experience as a Park Service ranger to give us the character of Anna Pigeon. Anna is a ranger at Guadalupe Mountains National Park in west Texas. With the support and advice of her sister, Molly, Anna sets out to prove a case of murder.




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Joy Stovall - 07:46pm Mar 1, 2000 PST(#28 of 39)

Denise,

They are all wonderful, and I don't recall them being gory. I personally like to read them in order, but if you don't mind skipping around, then "Blind Descent" will definitely hook


Denise Walker - 12:37pm Mar 3, 2000 PST(#29 of 39)

I will look at the store for that one. I did get one the other day and its about a cat. I don't have it with me, but it seems good so far.


brightspot - 01:58pm May 30, 2000 PST(#30 of 39)

I just finished reading Nevada's latest: Deep South. Cool! Nevada is back on track.

THIS IS NOT A SPOILER QUESTION!!

Taco is a black lab in this book. For some reason, I thought he was a yellow lab or a golden retriever. Does anyone know? All the books at my library are checked out (sigh).


daniel manley - 11:16pm Jun 22, 2000 PST(#31 of 39)

my wife got me hooked on the barr series....all good books, etc.... my question regards the difference between the hardbound edition of "endangered species" and the paperback.....the character "marty" in one edition is male, and in the other is female....what gives...anyone else notice????


Mary Hawkes - 12:03pm Jul 13, 2000 PST(#32 of 39)

I haven't compared the hardbound and paperback editions, but on the audiotape I have, Marty is female.

I have read most of Nevada Barr's books and really enjoy them. This is my first post here, and I was glad to see that I am not the only one who isn't fond of the sister, or the Frederick relationships.


rubyj - 03:27pm Oct 9, 2000 PST(#33 of 39)
I confess...started using wrinkle cream and dyed my hair...now my face is darker and my hair is wrinkled...whassup with that?

I have read all but the newest book, and yes, did not like the change with the relationship between sister and Mr. FBI. Wondering if this is just a way to not further develop this character - who knows. So far, liked Blind Descent best.


Mike Whitehead - 11:34pm Jan 28, 2001 PST(#34 of 39)

I understand Nevada Barr is currently on a book signing tour for Blood Lure and wonder if anyone has a site/link that will tell me when and where she will be? email me please @ tamangel@earthlink.net

thjanks

Mike

P.S. I understand she will b


Julia Estes - 10:17pm Feb 2, 2001 PST(#35 of 39)

Just finished Deep South and it was the best of the three I have read. I have read Blind Descent and Ill Wind and want to read the rest of this series now.


Dori Bruns - 07:33pm Feb 3, 2001 PST(#36 of 39)

I went to a book signing in San Diego last night. Ms. Barr said she will be on the book tour for 5 1/2 weeks. She spoke to a large group of fans who had gathered and was very funny, charming, and quite pretty. I haven't read all of her books but have been really impressed by those I read, particularly "Firestorm". I hope she comes this way again. She's a real kick. BTW, she said that Anna's sister is copied from her own, a retired airline pilot, not a shrink.


Kathy Albers - 12:25pm Apr 3, 2001 PST(#37 of 39)

I just finished the latest book by Nevada Barr that takes place in Glacier National Park. It is a wonderful book made more wonderful because I have visited that marvelous place.

I wonder if Ms. Barr would share the reason she settled in Mississippi. I now live in a neighboring state, Alabama, and have been also on the Natchez Trace.


Fran Hinkel - 09:00am Mar 1, 2004 PST(#38 of 39)
You can check out anytime you like...but you can never leave!

Get ready for another nail-biting read with Barr's twelfth book in the series, High Country. Four park employees have gone missing and the rescue team has no clues to go on--are they AWOL or is it foul play? Anna Pigeon, working undercover as a waitress at a Yosemite hotel, decides to investigate on her own.


Joy Gold - 12:56pm Jul 10, 2004 PST(#39 of 39)

High Country is a great read! Just when I thought I'd figured it out, I found that I hadn't.

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