Wildlife biologist and writer Summer “Sam” Westin loves the wilderness. But her latest attempt to protect nature may just get her burned…
Sam Westin is working on a twelve-week project for the National Park Service as a biologist and a volunteer firewatcher when, one night, she hears an explosion. Above a nearby lake, fire lights the sky. She calls it in and is the first on the scene to do battle. When the blaze is finally extinguished, a body is discovered in the embers. It’s a young woman who was working on the park’s trail crew for the summer—and she’s still clinging to life.
Sensing something sinister, Sam starts asking questions. Who started the fire? Was the young woman involved? Does this have something to do with an old gold mine? Is the recent sighting of an illegal bear hunter just coincidence? Sam wants the answers—but someone else wants her out of the way before she finds them…
Thanks to the publisher, I have one (1) copy of Bear Bait to give away.
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Pamela Beason lives in the Pacific Northwest, where she writes novels and screenplays and works as a private investigator. When not on the job, she explores the natural world on foot, in cross-country skis, in her kayak, or underwater scuba diving.
Beason is the author of four full length fiction works; The Only Witness, Shaken, Call of the Jaguar and Endangered, as well as the non-fiction title, SAVE Your Money, Your Sanity, and Our Planet. Pamela’s writing tackles difficult themes while maintaining a satisfying and enjoyable story, and has earned her multiple prizes, including the Daphne du Maurier Award.
As an avid outdoors woman and animal lover, Beason takes on the human assumption that we are the superior species. Engaging and touching, each of Beason’s titles takes readers on an adventure while reminding us that drifting through life is not enough; you have to live it.
Pamela blogs and tweets about writing, outdoor adventures, and the value of being present in the moment. She looks forward to connecting with readers on her Twitter, Goodreads Page or Blog.
pam AT pamelabeason DOT com
Sam Westin Outdoor Mysteries