Hunting Season

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Penguin, Feb 4, 2003 - Fiction - 352 pages
120 Reviews
Park Ranger Anna Pigeon returns to face her most duplicitous foe—human nature—in Nevada Barr's New York Times bestseller, Hunting Season.

 

The quiet beauty of autumn on Mississippi’s Natchez Trace is swiftly shattered when Anna answers a call to Mt. Locust, once a working plantation and inn, now a tourist spot. But the man Anna finds in an old bedroom is no tourist in distress. He’s nearly naked, and very dead—his body bearing marks consistent with sex games gone awry. On a writing table nearby is an open Bible with ominous passages circled in red.

 

There are secrets that prominent men in this God-fearing country wish to keep under wraps—and Anna has stumbled into a nest of them.

 

 

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Review: Hunting Season (Anna Pigeon #10)

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#10 in the Ranger Anna Pigeon series. #10 - Ranger Anna Pigeon mystery - An underwear-clad body is found in an historic site on the Natchez Trace. The man's mother is a rabid racist, his brother is an undertaker running for sheriff, and he was supposed to be playing cards when he died. Read full review

Review: Hunting Season (Anna Pigeon #10)

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I have long been a fan of Nevada Barr's character, Anna Pigeon; her fascinating career working as a forest ranger mixed in with the odd mystery or murder. I am very grateful to find some of this series available in large print and am enjoying them a second time around. Read full review

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Navada Barr is the award-winning author of seven Anna Pigeon mysteries: Track of the Cat, A Superior Death, Ill Wind, Firestorm, Endangered Species, Blind Descent, and Liberty Falling. She lives in Mississippi and was most recently a ranger on the Natchez Trace Parkway

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