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Nowhere to Run
Nowhere to Run | C. J. Box
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A Joe Pickett novel from #1"New York Times-"bestselling author C.J. Box. 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."
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CRR
Nowhere to Run | C. J. Box
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Pickpick

Another good one in the Joe Pickett series. The stories are getting more developed as they go along. There are quite a few continuous storylines and characters. In some ways it‘s fun to see those conflicts and relationships develop and in other ways it sorta feels burdensome. Great story.

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intothehallofbooks
Nowhere to Run | C. J. Box
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Another great Joe Pickett book—my favorite series and this is the 10th book!! Joe puts himself in some particularly dangerous situations in this installment and I was really nervous for him at several points. The case Joe is working this time creates a lot of tension between him and his outside-of-the-law friend Nate Romanowski and I‘m interested in seeing how everything plays out in later books. I love this series so much!!

#votedearlyreadathon

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MrBook
Nowhere to Run | C. J. Box
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Replenishment for my #AutumnalColors Display 😊!

Have you read any of these?!

#LitsyLovesLibraries #MrBooksDisplays

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks So pretty ❤️🧡 3y
Verity Such a pretty stack. I‘ve read sweet bitter and I wanted to like it more. I was interested but I found it hard to root for anyone! 3y
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Christinak
Nowhere to Run | C. J. Box
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Rescue Joe had been near the spine of the mountains only once, years before, when he was a participant in the massive search-and-#rescue effort for the runner Farkus mentioned, Olympic hopeful Diane Shober, who‘d parked her car at the trailhead and vanished on a long-distance run on the canyon trail. Her body had never been found. #QuotsyMay19