Track of the Cat

Track of the Cat

Book - 2003
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A young woman from New York finds work as a ranger in the Guadalupe Mountains National Park in West Texas and soon discovers murder and violence on the high-country trails.
Publisher: New York : Berkley Books, 2003, c1993
Edition: Berkley mass-market ed
ISBN: 9780425190838
0425190838
Branch Call Number: BARR N
Characteristics: 263 p. ; 18 cm

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A young woman from New York finds work as a park ranger in Guadalupe Mountains National Park and becomes involved in investigating a murder. The first entry in a mystery series that takes place in different parks around the country. Also available as an eBook.

Anna Pigeon, a tough-talking forty-something, fled painful memories in New York to work as a federal law enforcement ranger for the National Park Service and travels to various parks around the country.


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KatherineHere
Feb 26, 2016

This has been my favorite Nevada Barr so far. A female ranger up there in the mountains tracking, and all alone. Great story.

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lumberjackson195
Jun 06, 2012

As the first book in the series, you can tell Anna hasnt been fully developed as a character. Many of the side characters feel extremely artificial and the ending feels disjointed from the rest of the book. Try a different Anna Pigeon novel first, you wont miss much.

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