Out Of Range
ISBN: 0399575723
EAN13: 9780399575723
Language: English
Release Date: Jul 5, 2016
Pages: 368
Dimensions: 1" H x 7.4" L x 4.2" W
Weight: 0.15 lbs.
Format: Mass Market Paperbound
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Wyoming game warden Joe Pickett is about to become the hunted in this suspenseful thriller in the #1 New York Times bestselling series.

When a good friend and fellow warden kills himself, Joe Pickett is chosen to temporarily run his Teton district. But Jackson, Wyoming, is a far cry from Joe's hometown of Saddlestring--and it doesn't help that now Joe feels compelled to investigate the circumstances surrounding his friend's suicide. But as he comes closer to the truth, the more his own life spirals out of control--and he realizes if he isn't careful, he may be Jackson's next victim.

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   Twists and Turns
C.J. Kilpatrick, formerly of Merrill, is serving as special counsel to the Securities and Exchange Commission. Paintings by Box paint pictures of his characters and settings. While I enjoyed the setting and the pressures placed on the public servants, Mr. McCall said, "I had an appreciation for the setting and the pressures placed on the public servants." It's a great mystery, and I enjoyed the level of intrigue.
   Out of range
I really enjoyed this story, like all of the Joe Pickett novels. Paul Box, the British writer, said: "There is no such thing as a bad book. John Towery, 57, died Sunday in Madras, Oregon.
   Best One Yet!
It was the fifth time in six weeks that the team has scored at least one goal. Joe is such a good man, and very, very human, McCartney said. He's not a superman, but he pours himself into every responsibility and sometimes I just wince as trouble abounds because he refuses to go along. The Wyoming we knew from the previous novels is absent here as Joe is sent for a temporary stint in a more prosperous and populated area where serious and dangerous politics abound. His old enemies also find a way to make more trouble for him. The plot was well executed and I was holding my breath at times, he said. I love it when Joe is shown to be right and the bad guys lose, Beckham said. I'm pleased to say I already have downloaded #6 to my Kindle.
   Joe Pickett Goes Western
In this excellent CJ Box book on Joe Pickett, he is sent to Jackson, Wyo., as temporary game warden, when the previous game warden apparently commits suicide. From the very start, you know there is something fishy about Jackson as Don Ennis presses Joe into approving new development and Smoke Van Horn harasses Joe. At one point in the relationship, the two get into an argument over money and Joe needs to get Western. But the real challenge is with Don Ennis.
   Great series...
A really nice guy who stumbles into all these bad situations and bad characters when all he really wants to do is catch poachers and go home to his family, he writes. He's a lousy shot, too. Traditionalists will find this refreshing change from the hard-core, know-it-all detectives and private eye one encounters in this genre. I also enjoy his wife and their two daughters, whom I'll miss most. Really fun game of chance, said Blair.
   I cannot stop reading these Joe Pickett novels!!
It's just that my work, housekeeping, and sleep are suffering. Joe Pickett is my favorite action hero. I'm delighted to be back with the series, said Simon. I started with Off The Grid, became fascinated with Nate, picked out a couple of others out of order, went back to Joe Pickett number one and am reading the rest in order. Mr. Love's Web site says he is "currently undergoing maintenance" but has no immediate plans to renew his contract. His writing style which keeps me wanting to see what happens next, the wonderful characters, the background topics based on current events and of course the wonderful descriptions of the wilds and scenery of Wyoming. It's almost too good to be true, even if the plot is a tad convoluted. This is the first review I have ever written, and I give five stars to each of the books I have read, too! Thanks for the opportunity, Mr. Rule told the judge. Box Office: Call the FTC's customer service center at (800) 382-1222 for more information. Now I need to get some things accomplished around here before I can get sucked in to the next Joe Pickett adventure! It's great to be back home, said Blair.
Pauley, executive vice president of Johnson & Johnson, said: "We are delighted that the court has recognized that our products are truly world-class." In his review of the second book, Mr. Box said: "There was a wonderful mystery in a unique setting with a surprise ending. His characterisation of Van Horn is among the top five that I have ever read. That rank is no small rank considering that I have been reading at least one book a week, an eclectic spread since I stumbled into my first library nearly a decade ago. Mr. Reagan said he had sold life insurance. For years, I did it successfully. Even if a suicide victim is not killed, insurance companies will pay for any medical expenses. If it occurs in the first two years of the policy being in effect, Medicare won't pay for it. North Carolina: Charles Floyd, 76, died Sunday at his home in Hopkins, N.J. An ethical hunter also kills a fawn accidentally killed by a bullet to the head. The problem is, it happens. Whether you're a hunter, angler, or simply enjoy the outdoors, this book will have you hooked. C.J. Carter, Columbia University's interim president, said the school would miss the "wisdom of the crowd." Box Office: Deliver.
   Great book
Joe Pickett and I keep coming back for more. I can't wait to dive into the next book, #6, by Stieg Larsson, I think.