Nowhere to Run

Nowhere to Run

Joe Pickett Series, Book 10

eBook - 2010
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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.
Publisher: 2010.
ISBN: 9781101196564
Characteristics: 1 online resource

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Aug 16, 2018

After a relative disappointment in book 9 of the Joe Pickett series, CJ Box returns to greatness in Book 10. Box's vivid descriptions of the WY wilderness' natural beauty is especially enjoyable as is the light he shines on the tensions present in our society's relationship with personal liberty and natural resources. Well worth the time.

Imagine a dispossessed mountain man, living wild in Wyoming's rugged national parkland, hewing his own arrow heads and arrows, expertly tracking, trapping and dressing elk and other prey with surgical dexterity. Then imagine he has a twin brother equally skilled at roughing it. And now imagine game warden Joe Pickett accosting them for not having valid fishing licenses. Keep in mind that he just saw one of them bite the head off a fish and devour it! Now watch Joe try and make it back alive!

Kris--Pt. Roberts

Dec 12, 2016

(The tenth book in the Joe Pickett series) AUDIOBOOK AVAILABLE THRU MINN LINK 2013 DATE

Jul 25, 2012

I feel like the ever-present hyperbolic copy that proclaimed Forrest J. Ackerman's monthly "Famous Monsters of Filmland" the "Best Issue Ever!" but once again C.J.Box has delivered the goods! This is the twelfth book of his I've read, all inclusive and chronological from the first Joe Pickett and two "stand alone" titles and each has been a satisfying and entertaining read! I'll be back for more soon.

Jul 02, 2011

Not a particularly good read. The author goes to extremes to justify all manner of mindless violence. Characters not particularly believable.

More an apology for the mindless paranoia of some in our population than a well written book.

Jan 09, 2011

4/5 stars; the story begins with a simple thread that continues to weave into an epic storyline. I drop a star because certain elements could have been left out and the ending seemed to serve the narrative more than the characters. Would make an excellent film.

Jun 28, 2010

Joe Picket; wildlife and fish warded

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