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Get ready for a smorgasbord of delicious suspense prepared by Goldy Bear, an irrepressible mistress of menus and amateur sleuth. Filled with a cast of colorful characters and superb recipes, Catering to Nobody is the first in a series that has made Diane Mott Davidson a best-selling author and the Queen of the Culinary Mystery. In this new series, set in the bestselling world of Valdemar, Heralds Mags and Amily must continue to protect the realm of Valdemar while raising their children and preparing them to follow in their footsteps.
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Nevada Barr’s Next Park Novel: An Unauthorized Preview
Everyone around her is keeping secrets. When park ranger Anna Pigeon embarks on a thrilling subterranean rescue mission, she confronts personal demons and a multitude of life-threatening dangers, not all of them from the hostile terrain. A fellow ranger is injured in a suspicious accident while exploring the mostly unmapped Lechuguilla Cavern in New Mexico's Carlsbad Caverns.
During a fleeting moment of consciousness, the victim calls for Anna. Battling her paralyzing fear of small spaces, Anna descends into the lifeless underworld to uncover what really happened. As Anna wriggles through cramped tunnels and climbs rocky precipices, she discovers treachery and destruction lurking in the inky black just beyond her headlamp.
Veteran narrator Barbara Rosenblat provides the perfect voice for the courageous, but very human, park ranger and her colleagues. Readers are immersed in the setting, and Anna's claustrophobia, tangibly intense at times, keeps the tension of the plot tautly controlled. I enjoyed this audio book very much. The author kept the suspense up throughout the book with more surprises around each corner.
The narrator helped me to feel apart of the book. It was a great book to listen to on a road trip. I just love Anna Pidgeon!! She sure can get herself into a mess for a friend.
Nevada Barr’s Next Park Novel: An Unauthorized Preview | National Parks Traveler
And this time, she does it underground. And as usual, the conclusion came out of left field. A good listen, especially with a narrator like Barbara Rosenblat!! This was my first Anna Pigeon "read" and I thoroughly enjoyed it. The setting for this one--the caverns in Carlsbad--is unique, and you get to learn a bit about rock climbing as well. Good mystery. I had no idea Lechugilla was even there along with many other people, it seems! Barbara Rosenblat's narration is wonderful, bringing Anna Pigeon to life just as I imagined her to be.
I absolutely love the character development, the humor even in the darkest pun intended of times, and the way Barr gets into Anna's head as she finds herself in one sticky situation after another. I'm no spelunker or caver, but her attention to detail made me feel as though I'd taken a course on how to get in and out of a cave alive.
I also love how careful Barr is to respect the delicacy of an unexplored cave. It's obvious she has a love for nature in all she writes, and Blind Descent is no exception. I highly recommend this book! In the first quarter of the book the primary charachter was Freida, who was injured in the cave and couldn't get up. The words "Freida Lay" were spoken many, many times bringing to mind the Frito Lay potato chip.
I found it a bit distracting. Things picked up in the second half and the book got much more interesting. I enjoy Nevada Barr.
Not her best but a good mystery non the less.