Publish date: April 7th 2009
Publisher: G. P. Putnam's Sons
Pages no: 399
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Mystery Thriller
Series: Anna Pigeon (#15)
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.
*Synopsis* The killings on Isle Royale have left Anna drained and haunted, her memories of her time with the wolf study group forever marred by the carnage on the island. Diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder, she is on administrative leave, per her superintendent's urging. Anna wonders if t...
Like others have said, I enjoyed this book far more than the last couple of Anna Pigeon mysteries from Barr. Unlike those last two books, this one returns to Anna Pigeon's wry interior monologues, occasionally grumpy outbursts, and the characteristic physicality of the early Pigeon mysteries.The des...
2.5 starsBummer...I don't know if I've outgrown my enjoyment of the Anna Pigeon series or if this new one is just a clunker. I've always liked these because they take place in national parks. They're all easy reads, but this one went beyond "easy" into the category of trite and utterly implausible...
Started 10-29-09. Very good mystery but a weak ending.
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