posts on 11/5/2005 11:50:13 AM
Dear Nevada - Have read about 6 of your books now, all audio. I have loved every one of them, but I have to say, Hard Truth was a bit too hard for me. What happened to those girls, perhaps because they were children, was a bit too over the top. It seemed much grosser and hard line than your other books which deals with bad guys, true, but not bad guys to innocent children. I think you went too far on this one.
jim de long
posts on 10/21/2005 2:52:44 PM
it was good to see again at the national booffest on the mall. you signed my copies of hard truth and track of the cat, and we got a good picture to! much luck and success, thanks.
posts on 10/20/2005 9:03:54 AM
Accidently found SM in 2nd hand bookstore. Had not heard of Nevada Barr, but enjoyed book especially since I did an internship at the apostle islands and have been to Copper Harbor area. Looking forward to reading another NB book but which one?
posts on 10/10/2005 10:23:32 PM
I love Anna Pigeon!!! All your books
are great! I look forward to each one.
Please let Anna go back to the Natchez
Trace...at least for a visit! Iam from
Mississippi and I love the Natchez Trace! The first book i read was Deep
South and i didn't know all the maps
you draw descriptions of were real.
You cannot began to know my excitement
when I traveled the Trace and came upon
Rocky Springs. I am currently reading
your lastest book Hard Truth. I think
Anna needs to see Paul in her next
adventure and maybe solve a crime while
she is there!!
posts on 10/8/2005 5:46:37 PM
My husband and I love each Nevada Barr book and eagerly await new ones! We plan our vacations around which National Park we should attempt to visit because they become so familiar as we read these fantastic books. Keep 'em coming, Nevada!
posts on 9/6/2005 9:42:16 PM
Hard Truth is, thank heavens, an honest look at young girls in a psychopath's trap. If it's hard to read, it's harder to live. We need more books like this to portray what some children have survived. This is my favorite of all the Anna Pigeon books despite the fact that there is less nature and a much more complicated plot involving the cult, the wolves, and the psychopath. It rarely happens that I don't know "who done it" early on, but this book kept me in suspense until the very end. The portrayal of Heath's psychological condition was accurate and highly skilled. Her relationship with Beth, the limpet, was so well done.
I'm eagerly awaiting your next novel.
posts on 8/29/2005 1:44:36 PM
please can anyone tell me how to get an e-mail to nevada barr?
posts on 8/11/2005 10:48:10 AM
I really enjoy Anna Pigeon and Barr's books, but was very surprised at the anti-Chrsitian theme running through this book.
posts on 8/10/2005 12:59:12 PM
I have read and totally enjoyed all of your books, Anna Pigeon + Hat By Hat + Bittersweet. While the subject of child abuse is a very hard subject to comprehend, maybe it could serve as an inspiration to get out and do something to rectify that which is going on in your own neighborhoods. Anna Pigeon brings the great parks of this nation to life for the readers, maybe Hard Truth is helping to address a national problem.??
posts on 8/8/2005 6:31:18 PM
I surely hope you will let me (us) know if you come to the San Francisco Bay Area. Just finishing High Country which I am enjoying very much.