Endangered Species (Anna Pigeon, #5)



Endangered Species (Anna Pigeon, #5) Was The Crash Of The Drug Interdiction Plane On An Iolated Georgia Island An Accident Or Sabotage Park Ranger Anna Pigeon Investigates Though The Experts Are Called In To Evaluate The Crash, Anna Can T Let The Investigation Rest Solely In Their Hands Her Inquiry Causes Her To Stumble Into Shady Dealings That Question The Integrity And Honor Of Her Own Crew.

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[Reading] ➶ Endangered Species (Anna Pigeon, #5)  ➽ Nevada Barr – Millionapartments.us
  • Paperback
  • 400 pages
  • Endangered Species (Anna Pigeon, #5)
  • Nevada Barr
  • English
  • 17 April 2017
  • 0380725835

10 thoughts on “Endangered Species (Anna Pigeon, #5)

  1. Bill says:

    The Anna Pigeon books are comfort food I always enjoy entering Anna s life and finding out about which National Park she will be working at In this story she is in Cumberland Island Park in Georgia as a Fire fighter, there with other Park Service employees just in case Also in the mix are the Loggerhead turtles, coming ashore during their annual migration to lay their eggs and as well, a plane crash and possible murder The story meanders through the mystery, Anna is lovely as ever I also li The Anna Pigeon books are comfort food I always enjoy entering Anna s life and finding out about which National Park she will be working at In this story she is in Cumberland Island Park in Georgia as a Fire fighter, there with other Park Service employees just in case Also in the mix are the Loggerhead turtles, coming ashore during ...

  2. Mark says:

    They re all turning into Dick Francis books to meSo many similar sounding titles that you discover you ve read them when you get home from the library and like Francis so so as mysteries golikeable charactersespecially Anna PigeonLove the settings in our national parksthe settings have ...

  3. Sara says:

    This was a pretty good story Anna is sent to a National Park off the coast of Georgia for pre fire suppression and instead of a fire, there s a plane crash And the plane was sabotaged.And, as usual, Anna figures out who did it and the culprit tries to kill her Never fails I en...

  4. Linda says:

    Another good book in the Anna Pigeon series This time she s in Cumberland Island There were many layers to this and just enough characters to where it got hard to keep them all straight Good story and an exciting ending.

  5. Bettie☯ says:

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  6. A.M. says:

    I love this mystery series Barr s Anna Pigeon novels are smart, gripping and well written, and Anna has grown on me Because Anna is a park ranger on various assignments across the U.S., the stories introduce new places to visit and provide detailed descriptions of the local flora and wildlife Endangered Species takes place on Cumberland Island off the coast of Georgia, and readers will learn about the loggerhead turtle, feral hogs, golden orb spiders and chiggers in between murder and mayhe I love this mystery series Barr s Anna Pigeon novels are smart, gripping and well written, and Anna has grown on me Because Anna is a park ranger on various assignments across the U.S., the stories introduce new places to visit and provide detailed descriptions of the local flora and wildlife En...

  7. Nicole says:

    Dual stories with FBI agent Stanton helping find the source of Molly s death threats while Ranger Anna Pigeon is finding out who caused a plane to crash in the Cumberland Island Park, Georgia.Stanton faces his romantic midlife inconsistencies by falling for Molly while Anna faces her needs for the solace she finds in spacious nature despite chiggers, ticks and weighty turtles Thus ends their affair of the heart After Anna is stuck inhaling an acre of burning marijuana she has a bleating fawn l Dual stories with FBI agent ...

  8. Joy says:

    I liked it I m glad I put some space between the last book in the series that I read and this one, but I will some distance before the next one too The writing is good, I liked getting to know Molly better, and Anna continues to be an inter...

  9. Jeri Collins says:

    I always think of my mom when I read Nevada Barr books She got me hooked on the series This is a good, quick read Classic Anna Pidgeon mystery

  10. Craig Pittman says:

    A good mystery with some interesting plotting and beautiful description of the setting, but it s bogged down by a lame subplot and too many scenes that don t contribute to the storyline A good editor probably would have cut about 50 pages.Friends have repeatedly urged me to read Nevada Barr s series of books about park ranger Anna Pigeon, a pro at firefighting and an amateur sleuth, so I picked this one up at a used book store because the setting seemed intriguing Anna is part of a crew making A good mystery with some interesting plotting and beautiful description of the setting, but it s bogged down by a lame subplot and too many scenes that don t contribute to the storyline A good editor probably would have cut about 50 pages.Friends have repeatedly urged me to read Nevada Barr s series of books about park ranger Anna Pigeon, a pro at firefighting and an amateur sleuth, so I picked this one up at a used book store because the setting seemed intriguing Anna is part of a crew making big bucks working fire suppression on Cumberland Island, which lies just off the Georgia coast Barr s depiction of the island s natural wonders is well done, particularly in the opening scene where Anna gets drafted to help a surly biologist who s monitoring th...

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