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Hunting Season (Anna Pigeon Series #10)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 16, 2004

    First time Barr reader

    I found her writing wonderful - easy to follow and her writing transported you into the story. Will add her to my list of must reads. I am going to read the rest of the series now.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    well-written and complex who-done-it

    Anna Pigeon, the District Park Ranger for the Natchez Trace Parkway, Mississippi, is not having an easy time of it. She¿s in a secret relationship with a married man Paul Davidson, the sheriff of Claiborne. One of her workers is jealous of her because she got the job he thought he was entitled to while another employee refuses any overtures of friendship because of the race issue. <P>When a murder occurs in her jurisdiction, she immerses herself in the investigation, hoping it will help her forget her deeper problems. A dead man is found in bed in Mt. Locust, a former plantation now located on the Natchez Trace. This investigation is Anna¿s most dangerous one to date as she is attacked by vicious poachers and her car is totaled by a traveler who thinks she is in it at the time. By the time this case is solved, Anna is eager to get back to solving her personal and professional problems. <P> Nevada Barr is one of the few mystery writers today who turns out a constantly well-written and complex who-done-it that manages to pull the reader into the story. In HUNTING SEASON, the audience is treated to a softer Anna, one who is in love and knows she can get hurt but is willing to take the risk. Her curiosity takes her into her most deadly adventure yet leaving readers mesmerized by the risks she takes in pursuit of the truth. <P>Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 20, 2012

    Nevada Barr books are always worth reading!

    Nevada Barr's characters are always well-developed. Anna and her sister feel like old friends. The details about our country's National Park systems are well-researched and provide a great overview. This series is one of murder mysteries, so you might not enjoy them if you enjoy romances.

    I definitely want to read more of this series.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 25, 2002

    Mayhem on the Trace

    Anna Pigeon is back at her job as ranger on the Natchez Trace Parkway, and it isn't long before a body turns up. And following fast on that, she herself is in mortal peril. Anna is a flawed woman, which makes her particularly appealing. She has urges to kill a difficult subordinate, and is conflicted about her love affair with the still-married local sheriff. Her sour comments on many situations and individuals are often hilarious, rivaling those of S.Grafton's Kinsey Milhone. Best of all, when it comes to the crunch, Anna can take care of herself. Thanks to Nevada Barr's handling of plot and character, Anna's rescue from harrowing situations is rarely if ever dependent on a man rushing in. Bless Ms. Barr for not resorting to the 'damsel in distress' scenario so popular with other writers.

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