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Jul 05, Tim rated it it was amazing Shelves: box-c-j , pickett. Box, and begins with a female game officer in an area that borders the one managed by Joe experiencing a drone operated by someone unknown who is terrorizing game with it that leads to the death and destruction of several of them, whereupon she consults with Joe to enlist his aid in her investigation.
Joe is offered the services of Nate Romanowski, his lifelong sworn protector of both Joe and his family with a past in special ops and other forms of employment that require his specific skill set, which is at times useful to Joe even when he has an opposition to the extreme methods used by his best friend.
Nate, a falconer devises a method to bring down the drone making it possible to locate the owner, and while he succeeds in capturing the drone, the owner is spooked and retreats before his identity is revealed.
Although this is a setback, Joe uses information gained to eventually track down the owner, only to learn that he is protected through the witness protection program, and efforts to prosecute are met with threats from the feds, which Joe resents and is resistant to comply with.
Will Joe be able to prosecute the owner of the drone to protect the wildlife in his district in the face of thinly veiled threats by a few FBI agents, and will he be able to locate the killers hired by the cartel to end their efforts to locate and murder their intended targets?
WOLF PACK is one of the better novels in this series, and the action specifically with the ruthless cartel killers is gripping, as they make a challenging opponent for Joe and his associates.
Dec 08, Jacqui rated it it was amazing. In Wolf Pack G. Putnam , C. Large branches and even entire trees had come down from above and were wedged into hazardous deadwood dams that diverted the flow and changed the banks.
But instead of wild herds and hunters, he runs into a drone, herding the natural herds, frightening them so badly, they run themselves to death trying to escape.
Nate trains falcons for lots of interesting jobs but most recently, to take down drones by grabbing them from underneath--the non-propeller side.
Fighting drones is new territory for Joe but anyone who has read earlier books in this series knows that no problem frightens Joe away.
He may bend the rules and break new territory, but he'll figure out how to protect the lives of his beloved wild animals.
The other piece of investigating that he's good at--really good--is connecting the dots. Joe often sees what no one else does and pulls that thread.
Again, despite drones and falcons, he does just that but not without a strange group of hard folks visiting his town and the murder-suicide of a couple who seemed to have lots to live for and the zest to do just that.
And the last ten pages--you don't want to miss those. Mar 19, Donna rated it it was amazing. I've been waiting on this latest book to come out for a year and I am not disappointed!
Wyoming Game Warden Joe Pickett has been re-instated in his job since the last book with a raise, a new state residence and a new pickup truck.
For those who follow Joe, let me reassure you that he doesn't wreck the truck in this book. Give him time.
The neighboring game warden Katelyn Hamm spots a drone herding mule deer into a frenzy and alerts Joe that the pilot headed in his direction.
Katelyn makes some i I've been waiting on this latest book to come out for a year and I am not disappointed!
Katelyn makes some inquiries and is told by FBI agents to stand down. Joe doesn't take this type of direction very well.
He is doubly concerned though when the drone's owner turns out to be the father of his daughter Lucy's boyfriend.
A gang of killers known as the Wolf Pack has come to Joe's neck of the woods for some unknown reason. The group is composed of three men and one woman, all stone cold killers.
The woman is the alpha of the bunch. People start dying. This is one of my all time favorite series and I savored every page.
I love the descriptions of the outdoors and the wildlife -- antelope, elk, mule deer, wolves, and bobcats. I liked the black alpha wolf Joe spotted.
I always enjoy Joe's family with wife Maryanne and daughter Lucy featured in this one. The books are always made much better with the help of Joe's best friend Nate.
Spenser has Hawk, Joe has Nate. Nuff said. The ending is wowzadooza! I've read almost everything written by him, including all of this lengthy series, and he never disappoints and I'm working on catching up on the couple of books I've missed after I finish this review.
Wyoming happens to be one of my favorite states too so that adds a lot of appeal. This is book 19 in the Joe Pickett series abou " Joe has his job back after losing it temporarily in book 18 with the help of former Wyoming Governor Rulon acting as his attorney.
And actually he gained some great benefits during the process. In this tale, Joe ends up working with a female game warden from the next District over trying to track down an illegal drone operator who is harming wildlife.
They get help from his falconer best friend Nate Romanowski. If you've enjoyed Box's other books, you'll surely love this one.
Box is a consistently fine author and I highly recommend this latest book. Nov 03, Barry rated it really liked it.
As I have said before, Box's stories are set in the mountains of Wyoming but could well have occurred in San Francisco, the Everglades or Paris.
They are such well-written stories that the setting is truly irrelevant. Wolf Pack is the 19th in the Joe Pickett series.
Joe, a Wyoming fish and game warden, is joined by recurring characters, his wife Marybeth, his youngest daughter Lucie, the local DA and his good buddy, falconer, probable ex-CIA agent, thorn in the FBI's side and all-around good guy, Nate Romanowski.
They are joined by a fish and game warden in an adjoining territory, his husband, a couple of abusive FBI agents from Washington, a recalcitrant and secretive neighbor and a group of killers called the Wolf Pack.
The Wolf Pack, beginning in Arizona, questions a retired couple about the whereabouts of a fellow named Ernie Mecca and ultimately, does away with them and a man who happens to be at their home at the minute.
Heading up to Wyoming to find Ernie, their primary objective, they ultimately encounter the good guys. Mayhem ensues, including lots of death.
The characters ring true and the plot is engaging and fun, in a dark kind of way. About the only complaint that I would have and complaint might be too harsh a word is that CJ's editor may have told him to expand his vocabulary a bit.
The result is that he uses words including hectoring and archly, as adjectives and repair as a verb - very different from previous books and, to my mnd, a bit stilted.
Nonetheless, I would strongly recommend this book to any Joe Pickett fan as well as those who have not yet read any of the Pickett books, however, this series is best enjoyed, in my opinion, by reading it in sequence.
The End. Mar 19, Steve rated it liked it Recommended to Steve by: Library. Shelves: mystery , library , thriller. This book is good, but not one of his best.
It was very engaging though. So much that I read it in two sittings in one day. High Body Count Open items from the last book in the series where how Joe was going to deal with his overbearing mother-in-law and her buddy the governor and his obnoxious chief aide.
Well, offscreen the the governor succumbs to metoo issues, the aide high tails it back to Washington, and the mother-in-law goes on a world cruise.
That leaves the plot clear for some Mexican cartel enforcers to come through and overflow the morgue with witness-in-protection targets along with the collateral damage High Body Count Open items from the last book in the series where how Joe was going to deal with his overbearing mother-in-law and her buddy the governor and his obnoxious chief aide.
That leaves the plot clear for some Mexican cartel enforcers to come through and overflow the morgue with witness-in-protection targets along with the collateral damage of slaughtered local government employees, FBI agents, the town drunk, ranch hands, innocent tourists, pet dogs, and a couple elk.
However, no wolves and falcons were harmed during the production of this book. Mar 14, LInda L rated it it was amazing. I love Joe Pickett and I love that he got his job back.
Lots of bad stuff was going down in his county, most of which I cannot even allude to without giving something away. Box did a fantastic job of tying together wolves in the wild with Wolf Pack, the people.
As usual, Nate is there for whoever needs him -- and thank goodness for that, especially in this case -- and he and his raptors are just wonderful, as is his girlfriend.
Marybeth is perfect -- as always -- and only one daughter is sti I love Joe Pickett and I love that he got his job back.
Marybeth is perfect -- as always -- and only one daughter is still at home. For small towns, these near Joe certainly have more than their share of bad things happening.
But -- that's why these stories are so great. One of my favorite of the series, thus far. Box and narrator, David Chandler! Looking forward to Bitterroots A Cassie Dewell novel which is scheduled for release on August 19, Mar 28, Ellie rated it it was amazing.
Loved this book and for the first time there is a female game warden. Great read. Feb 15, Pop rated it liked it.
Not my favorite Joe Picket. Really not even believable. Entertaining only but just some what. Jan 20, Michael rated it it was amazing. And not a bad one in the bunch in my opinion.
That doesn't mean I agree with everything Mr. Box seems to support in his stories but those are minor overall and don't detract from the fine writing, the intricate and interesting plots that he devises or the rare bloopers - and it disappoints me when I don't find any in a story.
No, not that I care to belittle Mr. Box's work, just that they are fun and considering how much pen to paper well, more likely fingers to keyboard 19 books about Joe.
Box's work, just that they are fun and considering how much pen to paper well, more likely fingers to keyboard C.
Think of a Starbucks cup in a Game of Thrones scene. It was a funny blooper in a multi million dollar production and though much was made of it, it hardly detracted from the story.
But as I often find myself doing; I'm off track, digressing, taking the wrong fork in the road. But then there are dinner forks, pastry forks, fish forks, cocktail forks, salad forks, serving forks to choose from.
I'm bound to commit my own bloopers, some of which I find before I post and. Joe got his job back after being fired and blamed for bad events in The Disappeared.
Once more he has won out over an oppressive government entity and this time comes out much the better, which is not always the case.
It's about time Joe got lucky and I'm not talking about a date night with Marybeth. This story, as so many of the Picket novels do, deals with that oppressive government mentioned above but also a band of killers from the Sinaloa Cartel.
People dear to Joe come to an end at the hands of this band and yet there is new life. There is one thing that I'm not sure I would call a blooper.
Toward the end Nate Romanowski is it safe to say the most beloved criminal, or ex criminal since Block's hit man, Keller?
However; that wolf has come into contact, though distant, with Joe in the past. So were those actions influenced by Nate, Joe or maybe a combination of the two?
There is no answer to that except what you wish it to be. No matter what C. Box thinks of wind turbines he may be right, it's just that I've never found anything credible to support views he's expressed through characters in his stories and found much to discredit them I love his books and look forward to both Bitterroots, which is a Cassie Dewell novel, and Long Range, the latest Picket novel.
Wild west in a modern setting to an extent; and if that's to your liking and you haven't read a Joe Picket novel, or any of Mr.
Box's works then hie thee down to your closest book store or contact Alibris. Just don't expect to get much done after you begin reading.
Aug 26, June rated it it was amazing. This series never fails to impress me with its breathtaking description of Wyoming and the wild life that roam it.
I just adore Nate and his amazing falcons; the subject absolutely fascinates me and I literally absorb every detail.
This book took up my afternoon since I didn't want to put it down. It seems an unknown and unlicensed drone was spotted frightening and killing a range of mule deer and elk as they frantically ran over each other to get away.
It gets complicated as the mysterious drone This series never fails to impress me with its breathtaking description of Wyoming and the wild life that roam it.
It gets complicated as the mysterious drone operator, a murderous trio, The FBI and another Game Warden along with Joe Pickett try to solve the mystery.
This series gets better and better. Write faster please Mr. May 21, Lo9man88 rated it really liked it. In this episode, we see a lot of new things: an elk and moose herding drone, a female game warden, a cartel hit team causing havoc in Saddlestring Wyoming and The Falconer getting married!
I don't know what to say Mar 15, Freda Witt rated it liked it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here.
A new family has moved into Joe's area. They are using a drone to spook the animals, causing some to die. To make matters worse, Joe's daughter, Lucy, is seeing the son.
When Joe starts looking into their history, he finds that before 2 years ago, they didn't exist. The FBI hears about the enquiries, and come to town to warn Joe to leave them alone.
They are for ed to explain that they are I the witness protection. Nate comes to visit, and to tell them the good news.
Live is pregnant. The Wolf P A new family has moved into Joe's area. The Wolf Pack comes to kill the people in WP.
They kill a lot of people, including the other game warden, her husband, and most of the FBI. There is a show down at the compound, and all the ones in WP are killed, except the son.
The Wolf Pack is destroyed, except for the woman, who is wounded, but escapes into the forest. Joe and Nate track her, but get some help from a pack of real wolves.
On the other side of the Big Horn Mountains Joe's game warden colleague witnesses a drone chasing livestock, while in Arizona a criminal group, the Wolf Pack, interrogates and kills a seemingly random senior citizen.
Meanwhile someone leaves traps unattended and out of season in the mountains. Joe begins to investigate, and in typical Box-fashion coincidences happen and pretty soon Nate and Joe are in the middle of brutal action.
I liked this book in the series, it was fast paced, ridiculous but On the other side of the Big Horn Mountains Joe's game warden colleague witnesses a drone chasing livestock, while in Arizona a criminal group, the Wolf Pack, interrogates and kills a seemingly random senior citizen.
I liked this book in the series, it was fast paced, ridiculous but not too hair-brained, and Joe's family played only a very little role in this otherwise action packed novel.
It still feels to me as if CJ Box lost personal interest in his game warden Joe and is just popping novels out because it's his job, but I am glad that this one found back to his former form.
As good as it gets I love How Pickett, his family, friends and story plots. C J Box describes the land so that feel like I'm there.
Hard to wait for the next book. Mar 22, Nicholle rated it it was amazing Shelves: xextreme-book-nerd-challenge , fic , wyoming-west.
Sometimes these are just a bit off the top of his game, but not this one. Mar 03, K rated it liked it. Standard fare for C.
Box and his Joe Pickett series. I was fond of these early on, but confess to having taken a break from them for a while, as I thought they were basically becoming the "same song, different verse" kind of stories.
In Wolf Pack, we have the usual Joe Pickett story, with Nate Romanowski around to step in and save the day, or at least, help save the day.
We also get some loose associations with actual wolves, metaphors for the gang of killers that take center stage in this nov Standard fare for C.
We also get some loose associations with actual wolves, metaphors for the gang of killers that take center stage in this novel.
Fans of the series will likely enjoy Wolf Pack, but if you're seeking more complex characters or plots, you'll probably need to look elsewhere. Easy reading, but like the old saw about Chinese food, it might leave you hungry half an hour after you've consumed it.
All rights reserved. Wolves are legendary because of their spine-tingling howl, which they use to communicate. A lone wolf howls to attract the attention of his pack, while communal howls may send territorial messages from one pack to another.
Some howls are confrontational. Much like barking domestic dogs, wolves may simply begin howling because a nearby wolf has already begun.
Wolves are the largest members of the dog family. Adaptable gray wolves are by far the most common and were once found all over the Northern Hemisphere.
But wolves and humans have a long adversarial history. Though they almost never attack humans, wolves are considered one of the animal world's most fearsome natural villains.
They do attack domestic animals, and countless wolves have been shot, trapped, and poisoned because of this tendency. In the lower 48 states, gray wolves were hunted to near extinction, though some populations survived and others have since been reintroduced.
Few gray wolves survive in Europe, though many live in Alaska, Canada, and Asia. Wolves live and hunt in packs of around six to ten animals.And we had a wolf pack in Alam-Pedja that year. Sprachausgabe: Hier kostenlos testen! Das Wolfsrudel hat sehr komplexe Regel und Strukturen. Tiere fühlen sich hier einfach wohl! Ronaldo Krankheit die Jungen gegen die eventuelle gefährliche Neugier der Bären schützen. Vielen Xtra Cash Aufladen