Book #6 "A wonderfully clever, charming, and addictive series." — David Morrell, New York Times bestselling author of Murder as a Fine Art.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Agent, Angela Dimato discovers the body of a woman in the Rocky Mountain Arsenal Wildlife Refuge near Denver, Colorado. Not only is the woman found in a bizarre and contorted position, her body is located within a few feet of the nest of the protected burrowing owl. Angela uncovers that the dead women is a local "soccer mom" and activist, suing the city over the encroachment of prairie dogs onto the local soccer fields. She's made some folks mad and, with the help of local police, Angela sets out to crack the seemingly open-and-shut case of murder.
Then, in a relentless hunt, things grow stranger with the discovery of two more deaths that same morning that may have ties to the Refuge. With her trademark instinct, Angela digs toward the truth. But the investigations takes a sinister twist, putting more lives at stake, and Angela's forced to turn to the case's only eyewitness--a burrowing owl--for answers.