As you must know by now, I am enjoying reading Nevada Barr’s Anna Pigeon series. Endangered Species is book six in this series and is set on Cumberland Island National Seashore off the coast of Georgia. As in the other books in this series, Nevada Barr writes around the history and beauty of the area. In this book, we learn about spawning loggerhead turtles and baby gators.
Anna, a National Park ranger is on the island for a stint of fire detail, which is sitting around waiting for something to happen. What happened was a plane crash that involved two deaths. Anna soon becomes suspicious that this plane did not go down by accident, but was intentionally sabotaged. The who and why in this book, as like her other books, is not as simple as it seems, or is it?
Another good read by a good author. Enjoy!