To list their spirits, Anna Pigeon and her husband head to Texas for a rafting trip on the Rio Grande. The power of the river works its magic- until the raft is lost in the rapids and someone makes the grisly discovery of a pregnant woman caught between two boulders. Soon Anna will learn that nature isn't the only one who wanted to see the woman and her baby dead.
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by Nevada Barr
by Alex Berenson
by Kathy Reichs
by Diane Mott Davidson
by Linda Fairstein
by Karen White
by Francine Mathews
by Craig Johnson
"In Barr's latest, park ranger Anna Pigeon is forced to take stress leave from her job, and she decides to "get away" by taking a rafting trip on the Rio Grande. The journey, however, proves to be anything but relaxing as events both natural and man-made conspire to keep Anna and her companions scrambling for safety. As ever, narrator Barbara Rosenblat does an amazing job portraying the characters, whether male or female, young or middle-aged, beseeching or bratty. Her vocal gymnastics keep the listener attentive both when the story's pace slows and when the plot takes a wild turn, and her sense of timing makes funny moments even funnier. All this, and she can sing, too! Rosenblat is full of surprises. A.E.B. (c) AudioFile 2009, Portland, Maine"
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