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by Headline, 17 May 2016. ISBN
The series about Anna Pigeon, National Park Service
Ranger, has reached another instalment.
has worked in Parks all over the USA and thus time she has become the temporary
Chief Ranger in Acadia National Park in Maine.Her friends Gwen and Heath, with Heath's adopted daughter Elizabeth,
decide to go with her and stay in a house on a small island off the coast.The island is called Boar Island.
reason for this temporary sojourn on the island isthat the teenaged Elizabeth has been targeted
by a cyber stalker and has been driven to despair.However, they quickly realise that the
stalker has followed them.The island
becomes not a refuge but a trap.A
further complication ensues when a brutal murder occurs in the park.To add to everyone's concerns Heath isparaplegicso quick movement against an enemy is very hard for her to achieve.
is an exciting thriller in which the central characters suffer many reverses; with
Anna taking a lot of physical punishment.This is not unusual for her as readers of the previous adventures will
attest!The reader is carried along on
a wave of sympathy for the battles against unknown enemies fought by a group of
Reviewer: Jennifer S. Palmer
are 18 in the series before this book.
is a novelist, actor, and artist best known for her New York Times
bestselling, award-winning mystery series featuring Anna Pigeon. A former
National Park Service Ranger, she currently lives with her husband in New
Jennifer PalmerThroughout my reading life crime fiction has been
a constant interest; I really enjoyed my 15 years as an expatriate in the Far
East, the Netherlands & the USA but occasionally the solace of closing my
door to the outside world and sitting reading was highly therapeutic. I now
lecture to adults on historical topics including Famous Historical Mysteries.