THE ACCLAIMED MEMOIR FROM HANNAH NYALA -- A MOTHER, A TRACKER, AND A TRUE SURVIVOR. POINT LAST SEEN Escaping an abusive marriage, her children abducted by her violent husband, Hannah Nyala was left alone to pick up the pieces of her life, to heal physically and spiritually. She wanted her children back...but first she had to fight for her own future, by teaching herself the skills of tracking in the Mojave Desert. She became a search-and-rescue tracker, dedicated to saving the lives of the lost, and so attuned to nature's messages that she can read the history of a footprint, the clues in stones and desert sand. That's just the beginning of her incredible story. For Hannah would soon make the most chilling discovery: someone was tracking her, on a vicious quest to do her harm.
Hannah Nyala's experience as a Search and Rescue tracker in the United States brings a gritty realism and emotional depth to the action-packed fictional adventures of Tally Nowata. Her previous Tally Nowata novel, Leave No Trace, is available from Pocket Books, as is her highly acclaimed memoir, Point Last Seen, which was made into a CBS-TV movie starring Linda Hamilton. She is currently at work on her next Tally Nowata novel. Visit her website at www.pointlastseen.com.
Los Angeles Times A story of hope, survival, and the human spirit.
Jacquelyn Mitchard Bestselling author of The Deep End of the Ocean That rarest of birds -- a memoir truly worth the telling and an adventure worthy of the name. Unflinching in her observation, Hannah Nyala follows the track of the truth -- her own and ours.
People Fascinating....A moving narrative of the lost and the found, of suffering, courage, and redemption.