!!> Read ➸ Nowhere To Run (Joe Pickett, #10) ➻ Author C.J. Box – Pccare247.us

Nowhere To Run (Joe Pickett, #10) It S Joe Pickett S Last Week As A Temporary Game Warden In The Mountain Town Of Baggs, Wyoming, But His Conscience Won T Let Him Leave Without Checking Out The Strange Reports Coming From The Wilderness Camps Looted, Tents Slashed, Elk Butchered What Awaits Him Is Like Something Out Of An Old Campfire Tale, Except This Story Is All Too Real And All Too Deadly.

    10 thoughts on “!!> Read ➸ Nowhere To Run (Joe Pickett, #10) ➻ Author C.J. Box – Pccare247.us


  1. says:

    You may flog me now This is actually the first time I have read C.J Box and his hero Joe Pickett I have no excuses why it took me so long to read my first one, only regrets that I have not been involved as a reader sooner Maybe I am not the only the one out there that hasn t read the fine works of C.J Box If that is the case then let it be known to the uninitiated that he has won numerous awards The Edgar, Anthony, Macavity, Gumshoe, and Barry awards as well as the French Prix Calibre.38 You may flog me now This is actually the first time I have read C.J Box and his hero Joe Pickett I have no excuses why it took me so long to read my first one, only regrets that I have not been involved as a reader sooner Maybe I am not the only the one out there that hasn t read the fine works of C.J Box If that is the case then let it be known to the uni...


  2. says:

    I am liking all of C.J Box s books but this is one of my favorites In addition to the non stop action I liked how Box dove deeper into Joe and how he feels about who he is and what he does The fact that he questions himself and his job is real and honest The fact that he even questions himself as a man, provider, husband, father is real Box also did an excellent job of showing the readerdeeply how Joe s character and what he believes in affects the choices he makes everyday In previo I am liking all of C.J Box s books but this is one of my favorites In addition to the non stop action I liked how Box dove deeper into Joe and how he feels about who he is and what he does The fact that he questions himself and his job is real and honest The fact that he even questions himself as a man, provider, husband, father is real Box also did an excellent job of showing th...


  3. says:

    First Sentence Three hours after he d broken camp, repacked, and pushed his horses higher into the mountain range, Wyoming game warden Joe Pickett paused on the lip of a wide hollow basin and dug in his saddlebag for his notebook.Game Warden Joe Pickett is making the last pass before going home through the territory he has been covering for the past year He s following up on reports of vandalism and other hunter s game butchered out He doesn t expect to run into twin brothers who resent being First Sentence T...


  4. says:

    This begins as a nail biting, harrowing tale Joe Pickett is trapped in the mountains, at the mercy of a couple of seemingly superhuman, ruthless, violent men who have been terrorizing the region He is injured His horses have been slaughtered He has no supplies and no way to contact anyone in the world A strange recluse saves his life and gives him temporary respite, but there is no hiding from these men It s looking pretty bleak Since this is less than 1 2 way into the novel, it isn t m This begins as a nail biting, harrowing tale Joe Pickett is trapped in the mountains, at the mercy of a couple of seemingly superhuman, ruthless, violent men who have been terrorizing the region He is injured His horses have been slaughtered He has no supplies and no way to contact anyone in the world A strange recluse saves his life and gives him temporary respite, but there is no hiding from these men It s looking pretty bleak Since this is less than 1 2 way into the novel, it isn t much of a spoiler to note that he eventually finds himself in a hospital The problem is not solved, of course No one can find any evidence that any of what he reports actually happened There is nothing Bring in Pickett s dreadful mother in law, problems with the foster daughter, now a teen, and a brief reintroduction to Nate easily as ruthless and superhuman as the bad guys Wyoming is, of course, absolutely beautiful So far...


  5. says:

    I have been a pretty avid Joe Pickett fan since Open Season Nowhere to Run was an exciting book Frankly, the first hundred or so pages were some of the best of the series However, I did read the whole book.I believe that this will be my last Joe Pickett book I have just grown very weary of this series I don t understand the need to jam in the political stuff The series was better when these themes weresubtle I liked reading about Joe the good guy, not about how the federal governmen I have been a...


  6. says:

    Tenth installment in the Joe Pickett series is a worthy entry There are three fairly distinct parts that add up to a solid story Box continues to weave violent stories with the story of a good family man ...


  7. says:

    I have read other Joe Pickett stories After reading this one, I feel wet, tired and isolated.Joe is the most beat up Game Warden I know He s ethical and it gets him into trouble EVERY time His wife Mary Jo has her own troubles with her very manipulative Mother He dosen t play well with the political higher ups His children are bored with life in rural Wyoming.The landscape is wild and free...


  8. says:

    The beginning of this with Joe being on his own and stalked by two seemingly crazy guys in the mountains creeped me out and made me anxious However, as the book moved forward and the story stories unwind to the grand finale, and all the pieces of the puzzle are put together it all made sense to me I can t tell for sure of Box s critique of our government and how it works is ...


  9. says:

    This book was ok, not up to the usual high caliber of this series The story seemed really dragged out and the mystery was not all that compelling I was glad that Joe s family was not imperiled this time, but I would have liked to see their storyline advance a bit.


  10. says:

    10 in the Joe Pickett series Finalist 2011 Barry Award for Best Novel Pickett is wrapping up his year of exile in Baggs, Wyoming and feels it wouldn t be right to leave his successor with no status on several issues of game theft, looted cabins and a missing runner Joe spends his final week on horseback through the most wild backcountry and encounters a set of twin poachers who almost kill him before he escapes They certainly shake his confidence and make him question his manhood While on 10 in the Joe Pickett series Finalist 2011 Barry Award for Best Novel Pickett is wrapping up his year of exile in Baggs, Wyoming and feels it wouldn t be right to leave his successor with no status on several issues of game theft, looted cabins and a missing runner Joe spends his final week on horseback through the most wild backcountry and encounters a set of twin poachers who almost kill him before he escapes They certainly shake his confidence and make him question his manhood While on medical leave, he returns to the mountains accompanied by his friend Nate Romanowski.Joe Pickett series Heading into the Wyoming ...

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