Anna Pigeon, park ranger, trades the beautiful mountains of West Texas and unpleasant memories for the frigid north of Lake Superior duty and a mystery involving one two many bodies. How did a fresh corpse get on the wreck of the Kamloops, a ship buried under Superior's frigid waters for decades? Anna must investigate. I did not enjoy this one as much as Tract of the Cat simply because scenery involving water and teeth chattering conditions do not appeal to me. Anna, hurry up and return to the warm west!
I love this series because you not only have a great mystery, you also get to read about all the national parks (each one so very different from the others).
Im a fan of these so I think They all are great.Adveture,mystery,and a tour of all the places i dident know existed.
Another of Anna Pigeon's mystery series set in Minnesota on the shores of Lake Superior. Suspensful, unable to put it down, as are all of the Anna Pigeon series.
Nevada Barr is an excellent author who has her heroine, Anna Pigeon, work as a Park Ranger at various National Parks. The books evoke a longing to visit these places of natural beauty. This book takes place at the Isle Royale National Park on the North Shore of Lake Superior. I loved the story, as I have always been fascinated by the Great Lakes and the beaches and parklands that frame them. I grew up in the suburbs of Chicago and Lake Michigan was our playground. These amazing inland seas are awe inspiring, and this book is worthy of its setting.