It all begins here...
Nevada Barr's The Rope details Anna's early days as a park rang**er, and the events that shaped her life. Perfect for fans of Sue Grafton and Paul Doiron.**
'A harrowing survival story, well imagined and forcefully told, about a brutal act that inspires a weak woman to become a strong one' - Marilyn Stasio, New York Times Book Review
It's 1995. Fresh off the bus from New York City, a broken-hearted 35-year-old named Anna Pigeon takes her first job as a park employee: a decidedly unglamorous, seasonal stint at the Glen Canyon National Recreational Area. On her day off, she goes hiking alone in the park - never to return. Her co-workers assume she's moved on since her cabin is cleaned out. But when Anna wakes up - trapped at the bottom of a well, naked, with no supplies and no memory of how she got there - she must draw upon all of her strength, courage, and skill to survive. Because whoever set Anna's trap isn't through with her yet...
What readers are saying about The Rope:
'**I read [this book] in one sitting**... The story has a terrific opening and the suspense continues to the end'
'**Anna Pigeon has to be one of** everyone's favourite heroines, mainly because over a long series of books she remains a constant mix of dry humour, and inner strength which while admirable and amazing, never quite gets to super human and unattainable'
'**Interesting, unusual,** and exciting'