Books written by Nevada Barr include "Track of the Cat," "Destroyer Angel," "Bittersweet," "Seeking Enlightenment... Hat by Hat: A Skeptic's Guide to Religion" and "13 1/2." "Track of the Cat" is the first book of Barr's "Anna Pigeon" series.
"Track of the Cat" was published in 1993. It introduces the character of Anna Pigeon, a national park ranger who flees New York City only to find murder and violence when her colleague is killed in the Guadalupe Mountains in West Texas.
"Destroyer Angel," published in 2104, is the 18th book in the "Anna Pigeon" series. In the book, Pigeon goes camping in the Iron Range in upstate Minnesota with several of her friends. After returning from a solo boat trip on the Fox River, she finds four armed thugs with two women and their teenaged daughters captive. Anna must use limited resources to rescue them before her friends are either killed or kidnapped.
"Bittersweet," published in 1999, is a historical novel set in the days of the Western frontier revolving around a lesbian relationship.
Barr's memoir, "Seeking Enlightenment... Hat by Hat: A Skeptic's Guide to Religion," was published in 2003.
"13 1/2" was published in 2009. The story takes place in present-day New Orleans and revolves around a romantic relationship between characters Polly Deschamps and Marshall Marchand.