Long Range (Joe Pickett, #20)
#1 New York Times bestseller C.J. Box returns with a blazing new Joe Pickett novel, in which the Wyoming game warden must investigate a murder that happens on his turf--a murder committed from a confoundingly long distance.The wife of a prominent local judge is shot and killed on Wyoming game warden Joe Pickett's turf. But as Joe investigates, all signs point to the shot having been taken from an impossibly long distance. Joe has seen a lot in his time as warden, but he's never seen a killing like this. How could the shooting have been arranged? And who else is in the cross hairs? At the same time--just as he's adjusting to the arrival of a new baby, his first child--Joe's best friend Nate Romanowski is attempting to decipher a startling grizzly attack in the area. Beset by threats both man-made and natural, the two men must go to great lengths to figure out how to keep their loved ones safe.

Long Range (Joe Pickett, #20) Details

TitleLong Range (Joe Pickett, #20)
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseMar 3rd, 2020
PublisherG.P. Putnam's Sons
ISBN-139780525538233
Rating
GenreFiction, Mystery, Thriller, Adult

Long Range (Joe Pickett, #20) Review

  • Abibliofob
    January 1, 1970
    Joe Pickett is one of those characters you can't help liking. He still has his problems when it comes to government vehicles but this time it wasn't so bad. This is one of the best books i've read in a while and I'm glad that Nate got the opportunity to dish out some justice in his own way. It makes me really glad when an author creates characters and can keep new stories coming year after year. Sadly the books doesn't last very long. I have to thank #Edelweiss #GPPutnamssons and Joe Pickett is one of those characters you can't help liking. He still has his problems when it comes to government vehicles but this time it wasn't so bad. This is one of the best books i've read in a while and I'm glad that Nate got the opportunity to dish out some justice in his own way. It makes me really glad when an author creates characters and can keep new stories coming year after year. Sadly the books doesn't last very long. I have to thank #Edelweiss #GPPutnamssons and #PenguinPublishingGroup for letting me enjoy this one. by #CJBox
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  • Cheryl
    January 1, 1970
    The fascination of shooting as a sport depends almost wholly on whether you are at the right or wrong end of the gun. - P.G. WodehouseAuthor C.J. Box is back with #20 of one of my very favorite series - Wyoming Game Warden Joe Pickett. As always, Box writes a consistently exciting thriller. You would think that after this many books that the series might be getting stale but not so with this one.Joe and his wife have moved into bigger company housing just as all their daughters are now in The fascination of shooting as a sport depends almost wholly on whether you are at the right or wrong end of the gun. - P.G. WodehouseAuthor C.J. Box is back with #20 of one of my very favorite series - Wyoming Game Warden Joe Pickett. As always, Box writes a consistently exciting thriller. You would think that after this many books that the series might be getting stale but not so with this one.Joe and his wife have moved into bigger company housing just as all their daughters are now in college. So they are having to get used to each other again in their "empty nest."Joe heads out to bring his expertise to a guide that was killed by a grizzly. While he's gone someone tries to kill a judge with a very long-range shot in the Saddlestring District and shoots the judge's wife by mistake.Nate Romanowski, falconer extraordinaire, has started a legitimate bird abatement business using his hunting birds, running it with is wife. He now has a new baby and is trying to put his outlaw life behind him. This book has more than one storyline and all of them are exciting. I love Joe, Nate, and I love Wyoming. I heartily recommend this book and the entire series.I received this book from Putnam Books through Edelweiss in the hopes that I would read it and leave an unbiased review.
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  • Tom Swift
    January 1, 1970
    Another great installment of the Joe Pickett series. Joe and Nate always manage to finds themselves in the middle of a crisis. Great characters, always a favorite.
  • Lou
    January 1, 1970
    Long Range is the twentieth instalment in the game warden and law enforcement officer Joe Pickett series, set in Twelve Sleep Country, Wyoming, United States. Each of the books can be read standalones without any issue but this is such a superb series it's difficult to see why you would choose to miss out on all of the other spectacular stories which were just as thrilling as this was. When Joe Pickett is asked to join the rescue efforts for the victim of a startling grizzly attack, he Long Range is the twentieth instalment in the game warden and law enforcement officer Joe Pickett series, set in Twelve Sleep Country, Wyoming, United States. Each of the books can be read standalones without any issue but this is such a superb series it's difficult to see why you would choose to miss out on all of the other spectacular stories which were just as thrilling as this was. When Joe Pickett is asked to join the rescue efforts for the victim of a startling grizzly attack, he reluctantly leaves his district behind. One survivor of the grizzly's rampage tells a bizarre story, but just as Joe begins to suspect the attack is not what it seems, he is brought home by an emergency on his own turf. Someone has targeted a prominent local judge, shooting at him from a seemingly impossible distance. While the judge was not hit, his wife is severely wounded, and it is up to Joe to find answers--and the shooter. The search for the would-be assassin becomes personal when Joe's best friend, Nate Romanowski just as he's adjusting to the arrival of his first child--falls under suspicion for the crime. It's a race against the clock as Joe tries to clear Nate's name and identify the real shooter, all while deciphering the grizzly encounter. Beset by threats both man-made and natural, the two men must go to great lengths to keep their loved ones safe. The scariest thing about all of this is he appears to have nothing left to lose meaning he is extremely dangerous and unpredictable.The story opens with a satisfying bang and to my surprise barely let-up the entire way along making it a rollicking, stellar read and one with more twists and turns than spaghetti junction. The scenic, richly-rendered locations throughout the states of Wyoming and Montana were truly exquisite and were ever so vibrantly depicted; I could literally vividly transport myself there in my mind. I view Mr Box as really quite underrated in the UK and he absolutely shouldn't be if his ability to produce books with taut plots, superb characterisation and heart-pounding tension is anything to go by. It is a thoroughly riveting, highly entertaining, and fast and furious all-action adventure and with a satisfying denouement to boot. A cracking read and truly captivating stuff; roll-on number twenty-one. If you enjoy your crime fictionpace and frenrtic with plenty of excitement and a likeable hero, you cannot go wrong. Many thanks to Head of Zeus for an ARC.
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  • Deb
    January 1, 1970
    Such a good book! You can't go wrong with Joe Pickett!! This book had it all...action, suspense and mystery. I flew through book! Thanks to the publishers and author for an ARC of this book. It should go on all of your TBR list!!
  • Kathleen Gray
    January 1, 1970
    This starts off with a bang (literally) and doesn't stop. I admit up front that I've read every one of the books in this series and this feels, like all the others, as if I'm right back in Joe Pickett's space in Wyoming. He's a game warden who solves crimes not involving his jurisdiction, the best friend of Nate, a falconer with quite the background, and the husband of Mary Beth, a truly terrific woman. It's a series that delivers a satisfying read with each installment. This time out, Joe gets This starts off with a bang (literally) and doesn't stop. I admit up front that I've read every one of the books in this series and this feels, like all the others, as if I'm right back in Joe Pickett's space in Wyoming. He's a game warden who solves crimes not involving his jurisdiction, the best friend of Nate, a falconer with quite the background, and the husband of Mary Beth, a truly terrific woman. It's a series that delivers a satisfying read with each installment. This time out, Joe gets pulled in from the investigation of a bear attack to assist with the search for the sniper who meant to kill a judge but wounded his wife instead. No spoilers but there's more going on that it appears initially and while you might wonder why you're reading about one person, know it it all comes together in the end. The best parts of these novels are the characters, which, by the way, includes the animals. Box is a storyteller who creates a plot that weaves different threads and keeps you turning the pages. Give this a try even if you haven't read him before- he gives you enough back story on each person and plot line to catch up old readers and get new ones going. Thanks to Edelweiss for the ARC. I'm very much looking forward to the next one, in part because I don't think Nate's solved his problem. Highly recommend.
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  • The Crew Reviews
    January 1, 1970
    Fans of C.J. Box rejoice! The Crew Reviews are excited to announce our interview discussing CJ’s latest book Long Range is now available. Joe Pickett is back once more and CJ once again does a masterful job immersing us in Joe’s world. Watch the full interview here https://youtu.be/2TnPNDFYTx4
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  • Karen Wright
    January 1, 1970
    Wow. CJ Box does it again. I do think you need to read the previous books in this series to understand all that's happening in Long Range. But this 20th book in the series kept me on the edge of my seat. My husband read it right after I did and agreed it's a winner. The deep knowledge CJ Box has of the ranger life and of Montana brings you right to the location of Joe Pickett and his family. I love how Box keeps you guessing the entire time in the "who dunnit" story he tells. I never saw that Wow. CJ Box does it again. I do think you need to read the previous books in this series to understand all that's happening in Long Range. But this 20th book in the series kept me on the edge of my seat. My husband read it right after I did and agreed it's a winner. The deep knowledge CJ Box has of the ranger life and of Montana brings you right to the location of Joe Pickett and his family. I love how Box keeps you guessing the entire time in the "who dunnit" story he tells. I never saw that coming is what you'll think as you read along.This is definitely a series worth picking up if you like suspense, well-developed and likable (and not) characters; well-written prose that keep you turning the pages and staying up too late at night reading!! LOL
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  • C. Earle
    January 1, 1970
    Won this in a Goodreads Giveaway--Thank you!! Joe Pickett just can not stay away from trouble. Two very different scenarios happen in this story, one involving grizzly bears and one involving an egoistical sheriff, a corrupt doctor, a love struck prosecutor and a tyrannical judge. All this along with the usual characters---Joe, Marybeth, Nate and even Missy (love to hate her) and local folks. They make a good team, with the exception of Missy. Very good story, lots of twists, even learned a bit Won this in a Goodreads Giveaway--Thank you!! Joe Pickett just can not stay away from trouble. Two very different scenarios happen in this story, one involving grizzly bears and one involving an egoistical sheriff, a corrupt doctor, a love struck prosecutor and a tyrannical judge. All this along with the usual characters---Joe, Marybeth, Nate and even Missy (love to hate her) and local folks. They make a good team, with the exception of Missy. Very good story, lots of twists, even learned a bit about long range rifles. I have only missed 2 of the 20 books in this series. They are always fresh. I have enjoyed the changing family dynamics as the girls have grown up. Still wondering though what caused the bears to act in this strange way.
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  • Paul Kennedy
    January 1, 1970
    Incredible!!! Could not put this one down. What a great read. If you are not familiar with this series, read it now. This is one of the best in the series and the best book I’ve read so far this year.
  • Trisha Clark
    January 1, 1970
    More. I want more. More Joe Pickett, more Marybeth, more Nate and even more Missy and corrupt authorities. After 20 Joe Pickett books you’d think it would be the same old story, but it’s not. Long Range catches up with all the key characters at a new stage in their lives, Joe and Marybeth are empty nesters and Nate’s on the grid with a new baby. Their lives are upended by a shooting and a cartel hitman. (That’s all I’ll say to avoid spoilers) Once again C.J. Box drew me in immediately and once I More. I want more. More Joe Pickett, more Marybeth, more Nate and even more Missy and corrupt authorities. After 20 Joe Pickett books you’d think it would be the same old story, but it’s not. Long Range catches up with all the key characters at a new stage in their lives, Joe and Marybeth are empty nesters and Nate’s on the grid with a new baby. Their lives are upended by a shooting and a cartel hitman. (That’s all I’ll say to avoid spoilers) Once again C.J. Box drew me in immediately and once I had an empty schedule I finished the book in a day. Long Range was a twist of an adventure and kept me turning the pages to see what would happen next. Box has a gift with character depth and it stood out in Long Range. I enjoyed Marybeth taking an active role in the investigation and representing her as an intelligent woman and partner. This was in my top 3 books in the Joe Pickett series and it definitely earned its 5 stars.
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  • Linda
    January 1, 1970
    Okay, readers. Write this one down because it comes out in March and you definitely need to put it on your to-read list. I love this character, in fact I like all these characters and look forward to a new addition to this series all the time. This one will not disappoint. I was hooked from the opening quotes. There is certainly enough action and mystery to make this one of the best C. J. Box has written! Bring on more!Highly recommended!
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  • Kathy
    January 1, 1970
    4.5 stars.The twentieth installment in the marvelous Joe Pickett series, Long Range by C.J. Box is an absolutely riveting mystery.Wyoming Fish and Game Warden Joe Pickett is out of his territory helping Jackson Hole Game Warden Mike Martin locate the body of hunting guide Jim Trenary. According to out of state hunter Julius Talbot, the two men were suddenly attacked by a bear. Talbot managed to escape without injury, but Trenary is appears to have mauled to death. The case is puzzling since 4.5 stars.The twentieth installment in the marvelous Joe Pickett series, Long Range by C.J. Box is an absolutely riveting mystery.Wyoming Fish and Game Warden Joe Pickett is out of his territory helping Jackson Hole Game Warden Mike Martin locate the body of hunting guide Jim Trenary.  According to out of state hunter Julius Talbot, the two men were suddenly attacked by a bear.  Talbot managed to escape without injury, but Trenary is appears to have mauled to death. The case is puzzling since unprovoked attacks by bears are virtually unheard of. Is this unsettling bear attack an isolated incident or the beginning of a frightening new trend?Joe is abruptly called back to Twelve Sleep County following the tragic shooting of Judge Hewitt's wife, Sue.  By all appearances, the Judge was the intended victim and he orders several law enforcement officers including Joe to investigate.  This case is Joe's first official encounter with newly elected Sheriff Brendan Kapelow. Needless to say, no one, including Pickett, have a favorable impression of the taciturn sheriff who is not interested in anyone else's input on the investigation.  After checking out his suspects, Joe is confident none of them are involved in the shooting. After visiting the scene of the shooting, Joe makes a shocking discovery and he turns to Nate Romanowski for advice.Nate and his wife Liv Brannon are enjoying time with their new baby, Kestrel.  Nate is still a little uneasy about settling into regular life. His fears are soon realized after an unpleasant visit by retired FBI Agent Jeremiah Sanburg. After Sanburg delivers disturbing news, Nate becomes extra vigilant in order to keep his family safe. However, trouble is closer than he realizes when incompetent Sheriff Kapelow sets his sights on Nate for the shooting.Joe turns to his wife Marybeth for important research into some of his hunches.  She unearths some very shocking information that turns the case upside down.  Joe believes he has uncovered the truth about the shooting, but whom can he trust to help him when everything goes sideways?Long Range is a spellbinding mystery with a clever storyline and atmospheric setting.  Joe, Marybeth and Nate are vibrantly developed and have continued to grow and evolve over the course of this long running series. The investigation into the shooting is quite fascinating and eventually takes a stunning turn.   With breathtaking plans in place to catch a killer, C.J. Box brings this newest addition to the Joe Pickett series to an edge of the seat, adrenaline-laced conclusion. I thoroughly enjoyed and HIGHLY recommend this spectacular mystery to readers of the genre.
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  • Anne
    January 1, 1970
    Box writes mysteries that have at least two story lines and I always struggle to write a concise review involving the multiple directions in his novels. In this one game warden Joe Pickett is working with a team to recover the body of a hunting guide who has been killed in a bear attack. In the second main story line a judge's wife is shot by a bullet intended for her husband.The other problem with writing about a series is the fear of spoilers for readers who are not up to date. So, I'll just Box writes mysteries that have at least two story lines and I always struggle to write a concise review involving the multiple directions in his novels. In this one game warden Joe Pickett is working with a team to recover the body of a hunting guide who has been killed in a bear attack. In the second main story line a judge's wife is shot by a bullet intended for her husband.The other problem with writing about a series is the fear of spoilers for readers who are not up to date. So, I'll just say that if you are a C J Box/Joe Pickett fan, this is worth your time. I like Joe as a character but I really love his wife Marybeth who is a public librarian and his best friend Nate who is a somewhat reformed renegade. I think these books usually roll out with a fairly measured pace but about midway through this one really kicked up and had my heart racing a bit as I read quickly to determine what was going to happen to characters I cared about. If you are not currently in travel mode or you are waiting for spring to arrive these books always take me to a different place and I feel the change of pace in small town Wyoming. C J Box and his characters make great travel companions so check out this new one or start at the very beginning of this series if you haven't yet been introduced.
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  • Cathy
    January 1, 1970
    Long Range is the 19th book in the Joe Pickett series. I just love this series and hate that I have to wait another year for the next book.The book starts as Joe is accompanying another ranger and others to the scene of a bear charge that resulted in the mauling death of a hunting guide. However, Joe’s part in the search is interrupted when he’s picked up by helicopter to help find the shooter of Judge Hewitt’s wife, Sue. Hewitt has insisted that all police, the DA, and Joe must make up a list Long Range is the 19th book in the Joe Pickett series. I just love this series and hate that I have to wait another year for the next book.The book starts as Joe is accompanying another ranger and others to the scene of a bear charge that resulted in the mauling death of a hunting guide. However, Joe’s part in the search is interrupted when he’s picked up by helicopter to help find the shooter of Judge Hewitt’s wife, Sue. Hewitt has insisted that all police, the DA, and Joe must make up a list of those likely to have a grudge against the judge and find the one responsible. The new sheriff is, unfortunately, another stooge who is more of a hindrance than a help. But, the combination of Joe and his wife, Marybeth, doing research always does the trick.
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  • Cindy McBride
    January 1, 1970
    I've always loved Mr. Box's novels, in very large part due to the almost poetic way in which he describes the Wyoming countryside and wildlife. Because this novel has as one of its primary participants Joe's unique friend Nate and his Strike Force, it was especially enjoyable to read. The only parts I skimmed through (and which resulted in a one-star demerit) were the ones dedicated to the various kids, about whom I couldn't care less and whose inclusion -- at least for me -- never adds anything I've always loved Mr. Box's novels, in very large part due to the almost poetic way in which he describes the Wyoming countryside and wildlife. Because this novel has as one of its primary participants Joe's unique friend Nate and his Strike Force, it was especially enjoyable to read. The only parts I skimmed through (and which resulted in a one-star demerit) were the ones dedicated to the various kids, about whom I couldn't care less and whose inclusion -- at least for me -- never adds anything of value to the story line. In truth, I liked Nate better when he was a renegade and flying solo. Now I'm back to waiting another year (??) for the next installment.
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  • Rob
    January 1, 1970
    Lee Child calls C. J. Box one of today’s solid-gold, A-list, must-read writers. I call him fun, a great go-to writer in between the serious nonfiction stuff. Wyoming game warden Joe Pickett (yes, the theme works) must investigate an attempted murder – a crime committed from a confoundingly long distance (hence, the title) – in this riveting new novel. If you’re a Joe Pickett fan, say no more; put this one on your reserved list at your local library. There are always interesting characters, and Lee Child calls C. J. Box one of today’s solid-gold, A-list, must-read writers. I call him fun, a great go-to writer in between the serious nonfiction stuff. Wyoming game warden Joe Pickett (yes, the theme works) must investigate an attempted murder – a crime committed from a confoundingly long distance (hence, the title) – in this riveting new novel. If you’re a Joe Pickett fan, say no more; put this one on your reserved list at your local library. There are always interesting characters, and you learn something about the west and the unusual situations facing game wardens. Fun, quick read. Spoiler alert: the good guys wearing white hats always win.
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  • Don Gorman
    January 1, 1970
    (3 1/2). Wow, this is the 20th Joe Pickett book. I have read each and every one of them. This is not the best and certainly not the worst (I do not think any of them would actually qualify for worst). Joe is in great form in this one, and there is a fair amount of page time given to my favorite side character, Nate Romanowski. We also have plenty of Marybeth, a token appearance from her evil mom, Missy, and the usual crew of interesting law enforcement folks and even an intriguing bad guy or (3 1/2). Wow, this is the 20th Joe Pickett book. I have read each and every one of them. This is not the best and certainly not the worst (I do not think any of them would actually qualify for worst). Joe is in great form in this one, and there is a fair amount of page time given to my favorite side character, Nate Romanowski. We also have plenty of Marybeth, a token appearance from her evil mom, Missy, and the usual crew of interesting law enforcement folks and even an intriguing bad guy or two. Pretty over the top but a pleasure to read as always. CJ gets it done! Good stuff.
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  • Linda
    January 1, 1970
    While helping a fellow game warden investigate a grizzly attack Joe Pickett is called back to his home turf because a local judge has been shot at and his wife hit by a very long range rifle. As the Ten Sleep local sheriff tries to keep Joe out of the loop Joe investigates on his own and finds out some interesting information about the judge and his wife.Meanwhile, Joe's best friend, Nate Romanowski is adjusting to being a husband and a father when his wife is taken hostage and he needs to find While helping a fellow game warden investigate a grizzly attack Joe Pickett is called back to his home turf because a local judge has been shot at and his wife hit by a very long range rifle. As the Ten Sleep local sheriff tries to keep Joe out of the loop Joe investigates on his own and finds out some interesting information about the judge and his wife.Meanwhile, Joe's best friend, Nate Romanowski is adjusting to being a husband and a father when his wife is taken hostage and he needs to find her and his daughter Kestrel. Long Range will catch your attention from the very beginning and it stays there until the twisted end!
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  • Kent L. Phillips
    January 1, 1970
    The Wolf Pack sequel!Another wonderful ride from Mr. Box. I had just finished rereading The Wolf Pack when this book arrived in my Kindle library. I had forgotten that I purchased in as a prerelease. C. J. Box is my favorite author and he did not disappoint in the slightest with this publication. It seemed that I was actually riding along with Joe. I simply can’t wait to read the next story in this great series.
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  • Rita hecker
    January 1, 1970
    A another winner by C J BoxI look forward to finding out that this author has written a new Joe Pickett Novel. His stories are always factual and exciting. I always find the life and times of his good friend Nate Romanowski fascinating as well. I am ditto have Joe's daughters becoming adults but I hope to see them stay involved in his books. It is equally as exciting to see Nate and Liz and Kestrel as exciting story lines in the future books.
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  • Jane
    January 1, 1970
    I received this book as a winner of a give away, which was pretty exciting in and of itself. First of all, I’m not going into the plot details except that it is a good solid mystery and classic, loveable Joe Pickett and of course, the enigmatic Nate. The opening was a strange, beautiful and terrible. Strange in the choice of subject. Beautiful in the captivating and lyrical prose of a journey. Terrible in that the subject is man made culminates in tragedy and violence. And thus the mystery I received this book as a winner of a give away, which was pretty exciting in and of itself. First of all, I’m not going into the plot details except that it is a good solid mystery and classic, loveable Joe Pickett and of course, the enigmatic Nate. The opening was a strange, beautiful and terrible. Strange in the choice of subject. Beautiful in the captivating and lyrical prose of a journey. Terrible in that the subject is man made culminates in tragedy and violence. And thus the mystery begins...The ending was warm, but not trite or over sweet. Instead, it was a righting of tilt. That moment where we all, at some point in time, find a place, a purpose, our true north. It left me with the words of that Shaker song, “Simple Gifts”. ’Tis the gift to be simple, ’tis the gift to be free’Tis the gift to come down where we ought to be,And when we find ourselves in the place just right,’Twill be in the valley of love and delight.When true simplicity is gained,To bow and to bend we shan’t be ashamed,To turn, turn will be our delight,Till by turning, turning we come ’round right
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  • Pam Bales
    January 1, 1970
    Awesome as alwaysMy, oh my, the things people do in the name of love. Joe, Nate, Wyoming, technologically advanced weapons and such all create once more a book that's almost impossible to put down. Always ready for the next one. Read all of the series for the most enjoyment. Backstory rules!
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  • Amy Clapp
    January 1, 1970
    Another can’t put down CJ Box/Joe Pickett novelWyoming’s Dudley Doright game warden and sidekick from afar Nate Romanowski with another adventure. The plot has twists from corrupt District Attorney’s, Doctors and lawmen in the rural setting of Wyoming. This is the next must read in the series.
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  • Debra
    January 1, 1970
    Joe Pickett, Wyoming Game Warden extrordinaire, is back!This installment goea full Nate Romanoski, my favirite sidekick, along with his air force. Mary Beth gets to show off her librarian superpowers. What is not to like?As usual I liztened to the audiobook. The narration by David Chandler was good.
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  • Liz
    January 1, 1970
    It's always enjoyable to find out what's happening with Joe and company in Saddlestring. Long-range weapons, and Missy, and bears -- oh my! I was hoping for a slightly different ending, but at least one of my wishes was granted.
  • Kristina
    January 1, 1970
    The Joe Pickett series is one of my favorite book series. While this book was good, I am pretty sick of Missy. She’s irritating to say the least. As soon as she popped up in this book I almost stopped going any further. But alas, my curiosity won and I finished it.
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  • Jackie
    January 1, 1970
    One of my favorite authors. Kept me guessing in this one … think I've read all his books now. So, if you like the west, animals, and want to know more about park rangers, tune in to Joe Pickett … he might surprise you.
  • Laura Hoffman Brauman
    January 1, 1970
    I've enjoyed this series for so long that I don't know if I can objectively rate them. Sitting down with a new installment in the series feels like catching up with old friends . . . that happen to get shot at a lot.
  • Kathy Spencer
    January 1, 1970
    picked it up and couldn't put it down, Joe Pickett and his family, gotta love them , Ok C.J. when is #21 coming out?, love these books ,highly recommend them...
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