Ooh, I love Nevada Barr's books, especially the one where Anna Pigeon (the protagonist) is trapped in a cave. The author actually was (or maybe still is) a park ranger.JNA said:along a similar vein or artery
has anyone read any of
Nevada Barr's environmental crime & murder mystery's set in various National Parks?
Earl Emerson's Mac Fontana mystery's with politics, arson, and murder in a small town?
Here is the result from the last story we wrote as a group.Maister said:Oh well, back to the drawing board. Maybe this should be a collaborative effort other planners might like to help with?.....
I think that Maister was a P.I. from the 20's and 30's in another life...Maister said:...I told her the variance application would be fifty up front. She had the fifty up front. She batted her eyes at me, but I'd been duped by too many dames to be taken in by her come on. I cut her off, "Listen sister, I don't know what kind of Boards you're used to dealing with but around here we follow Robert's Rules of Order and you gotta sell your own practical difficulties without my help." She glared back at me, "Believe me, Maister, when I get in front of the Zoning Board they're sure to find a hardship for me"........