Straddling the border between Montana and Canada lies the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park—Anna’s home away from home when she is sent on a cross-training assignment to study grizzly bears. Along with bear researcher Joan Rand and a volatile, unpredictable teenage boy, Anna hikes the... show more
Straddling the border between Montana and Canada lies the Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park—Anna’s home away from home when she is sent on a cross-training assignment to study grizzly bears. Along with bear researcher Joan Rand and a volatile, unpredictable teenage boy, Anna hikes the back country, seeking signs of bear. But the tables are turned on their second night out, when one of the beasts comes looking for them. Daybreak finds the boy missing, a camper mutilated, and Anna caught in a grip of fear, painfully aware that her lifelong bond with nature has inexplicably snapped…
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: February 5th 2002
Pages no: 333
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Mystery Thriller
Series: Anna Pigeon (#9)
It's been a long time since I read this book but I have read the entire series, up until the most current book and I really like it. I love how the series is set outdoors in the different parks. If you like C.J. Box, then you'll like Barr too.
A quite enjoyable entry in this series. Lots of great descriptions of the Glacier Park and interesting grizzly bear lore.
Anna Pigeon, our intrepid park ranger is on a trek through Waterton/Glacier National Park engaged in setting some bear traps to collect hair and scat samples from assorted bears. Technically, she’s off duty and so out-of-uniform when they meet a young man hiking who reeks of malfeasance and in other...
It was an okay book. I almost rated this three stars, but the main character just drove me insane. I didn't exactly hate her, but I was indifferent about her. I just failed to care about her.
Not the best of the Anna Pigeon mysteries, as it truly strains believability, but I love Glacier Park, so I enjoyed the story.