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Nevada Barr

Biography

Nevada Barr

Nevada Barr is the author of the series of New York Times bestselling novels featuring Anna Pigeon, a law enforcement park ranger. Her novels include WINTER STUDY, BORDERLINE and BURN. She won the Agatha Award for Best First Novel for TRACK OF THE CAT. Like her character, Barr worked for the National Park Service as a park ranger before resigning to write full time. She had postings to such parks as Guadalupe Mountains National  Park in Texas (where Anna Pigeon was created) and Natchez Trace Parkway in Mississippi. She lives in New Orleans.

Nevada Barr

Books by Nevada Barr

by Nevada Barr - Fiction, Mystery, Police Procedural

As a National Park Service Ranger, Anna Pigeon has had to deal with all manner of crimes and misdemeanors, but cyber-bullying and stalking is a new one. The target is Elizabeth, the adopted teenage daughter of her friend Heath Jarrod. While they try to find the person behind the harassment, they decide to remove Elizabeth from the situation. Since Anna is about to start her new post as Acting Chief Ranger at Acadia National Park, they will join her and stay at a house on the cliff of a small island, Boar Island. But the move east doesn't solve the problem. The stalker has followed them. And Heath and Elizabeth aren't alone on the otherwise deserted island.

by Nevada Barr - Fiction, Suspense, Thriller

Anna Pigeon, a ranger for the U.S. Park Services, sets off on an autumn canoe trip with her friends and their daughters. On their second night out, Anna goes off on her own for a solo evening float on the Fox River. When she comes back, she finds that four thugs have taken her companions captive. With limited resources and no access to the outside world, Anna has only two days to rescue them before her friends are either killed or flown out of the country.

by Nevada Barr - Fiction, Mystery

In THE ROPE, Nevada Barr gathers together the many strings of Anna Pigeon’s past and finally reveals the story that her fans have been long asking for. She takes us back to 1995 when Anna is 35 years old, fresh off the bus from New York City and nursing a broken heart.