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  • Author:
    C. J. Box
  • ISBN:
    0425189244
  • ISBN13:
    978-0425189245
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  • Publisher:
    G.P. Putnam's Sons (May 6, 2003)
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    Thrillers & Suspense
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    4.9
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I found C J Box's "Savage Run" to be very interesting and enjoyable. I started at the beginning of the Joe Pickett novels

I found C J Box's "Savage Run" to be very interesting and enjoyable. Unusual plot with some "twists and turns" along the way makes for good reading. Joe Pickett is a flawed, but tough man who seems to have trouble follow him; great family man; all taking part in Wyoming territory. I started at the beginning of the Joe Pickett novels. Mr. Box is a very good story teller and has a good hero in Joe Pickett. The books are hard to put down. His descriptions of scenery, action, and his characters is very good reading.

Box Jr. is an American author of over twenty novels. Box is the author of the Joe Pickett series, as well as several stand-alone novels, and a collection of short stories. Over ten million copies of his novels have been sold in the . The first novel in his Joe Pickett series, Open Season, was included in The New York Times list of "Notable Books" of 2001.

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SAVAGE RUN: A JOE PICKETT NOVEL By C. Box Mint Condition . and what he finds is bigger and far more sinister than anything he imagined.

Savage Run – When a massive blast rocks the forests of Twelve Sleep County, Wyoming game warden Joe Pickett is called to the scene to help investigate the death of a colorful environmental activist. The case is wrapped up quickly, explained as an environmental publicity stunt gone wrong, but Joe isn’t convinced. Trophy Hunt – Local authorities in Twelve Sleep County, Wyoming, are quick to label a rash of animal mutilations as the work of a grizzly bear, but game warden Joe Pickett suspects that something far more sinister is afoot. Out of Range – When a good friend and fellow warden kills himself, Joe Pickett is chosen to temporarily run his Teton district.

and what he finds is bigger and far more sinister than anything he imagined. Mystery & Detective, Thrillers & Crime. C. Box. Joe Picket returns, this time to the wilds of Yellowstone National Park. Deftly plotted and full of intrigue, Free Fire is C. Box's best novel yet. Joe Pickett, having recently been fired from his job as a Wyoming game warden, is working on his father-in-law's ranch when he receives a call from the governor's office.

Wyoming game warden Joe Pickett uncovers a conspiracy in this explosive novel in the New York Times bestselling series. When a massive blast rocks the forests of Twelve Sleep County, Wyoming game warden Joe Pickett is called to the scene to help investigate the death of a colorful environmental activist. The case is wrapped up quickly, explained as an environmental publicity stunt gone wrong, but Joe isn't convinced.

While investigating a string of bizarre murders, Wyoming game warden Joe Pickett is forced to flee across treacherous terrain with a deadly tracker on his trail.

Box delivers his second Joe Pickett novel in this 2002 publication and follows up on his first with some TASTY . Title: Savage Run by . Box Series: Joe Pickett Narrated by: David Chandler Publisher: Recorded Books Length: 8 hours, 48 minutes, Unabridged.

Box delivers his second Joe Pickett novel in this 2002 publication and follows up on his first with some TASTY environmental thriller action. For those readers who don’t know yet about the coolest thing this side of the Pecos, Box’s protagonist Pickett is a Wyoming game warden – patrolling the vast wide open spaces and confronting heavily armed perpetrators and wild critters alike.

In Savage Run—C.J. Box's acclaimed follow-up to his career-making debut Open Season—game warden Joe Pickett looks into the bizarre death of an environmental activist...and what he finds is bigger and far more sinister than anything he imagined.

Acebiolane
Love this series. Have read all the Joe Pickett books and can't tell you how I'm waiting for the next. Box is an exceptional writer and his character Joe and his family draw you right in. The story lines are great and sometimes I just in awe on how the twists and turns work out. Love Nat he is a wonderful character and hope Box keeps him around a long time. Joe is just the perfect hero who not only does what is necessary because he believes in the rightfulness of his job and protecting the wilderness but he is also funny and vulnerable. The girls and Mary Beth are just perfect. Not sure why Box put the mother in but she is a character and sometimes I wish she would get her due because she is just so malicious. Anyway you will love these books and you will love how Box describes the country and wilderness and the culture of the of American Northwest. I'm from NY but I have to tell you from reading these books, I would love to venture up to Montana and see this beautiful country. Was glad when I read that Box turned down a series of Joe Pickett because he didn't like the way it was being set up.
Good for you having values yourself. Read these books you will love them. Can't wait for the next.
Lavivan
This is an excerpt from SAVAGE RUN, MEDICINE BOW NATIONAL FOREST, WY
JULY 26, 2006 BY ROGER LUDWIG:

Pointers: “Savage Run” is a great name for a wild place, but unlike the fictional “Savage Run” of C.J. Box’s book it wasn’t named as the canyon where “savages ran” for their lives, nor does it describe this tumbling little stream on its peaceful course. It is named after Richard, Walter and William Savage. According to Saratoga historian, Gay Day Alcorn, the brothers were Canadians trapping beaver for Hudson’s Bay Company when they were hired in 1868 to hunt game for the Union Pacific track crews and the soldiers at Ft. Steele............."

Nevertheless this book is a very exciting read, and indeed "savage" in places, and you'll be on the edge of your chair.
Dellevar
Well written and enjoyable, as are all the Joe Pickett books. However, this one has the very best beginning of any book I've read.

"On the third day of their honeymoon, infamous environmental activist Stewie Woods and his new bride, Annabel Bellotti, were spiking trees in the forest when a cow exploded and blew them up. Until then, their marriage had been happy."

Even in Wyoming, this must be unusual.
Malalrajas
I found C J Box's "Savage Run" to be very interesting and enjoyable...great read, but again, suggest to new readers that they read the books in order, this being the second book. Unusual plot with some "twists and turns" along the way makes for good reading. Joe Pickett is a flawed, but tough man who seems to have trouble follow him; great family man; all taking part in Wyoming territory. I thoroughly enjoyed the book and recommend it to anyone whom is interested in a good story, continued Wild West type of action et al.
Fearlesshunter
I came to Savage Run after reading a harrowing and superb thriller set in Syria.So I almost gave this thr+ee stars. But then I thought about how Box breathes life into the
majestic harsh Wyoming landscape, how vivid his characters are, and how well he articulates the issues without sounding preachy and I almost gave him a five
Uste
I started at the beginning of the Joe Pickett novels. Mr. Box is a very good story teller and has a good hero in Joe Pickett. The books are hard to put down. His descriptions of scenery, action, and his characters is very good reading. I will nit pick now. If you haven't done so in the rest of this series, please stop using "off of" so often. Better, not use it at all. One of my pet peeves. Otherwise, very good books, Mr Box. Very good.
Tiv
CJ Box has become one of my favorite authors, and Joe Pickett is undoubtedly one of my favorite literary characters. Pickett is a humble, earthy ranger who does the right thing irrespective of consequences. Savage Run is Box's second entry with Pickett, and he doesn't disappoint. What was done well in Open Season is done exceptionally here. The story is better, the pace improved and the plot line tighter, not to mention one of the most hilarious and inventive opening paragraphs ever penned. Mr. Right Place Wrong Time, Joe Pickett, gets involved in another homicide near Saddlestring. This time the plot follows a series of murders aimed at radical conservationists. The action is fast and crisp; the revelations perfectly timed. If Box was just a good action writer, it would be good enough, but what makes the Pickett books superb are the threads of humanity that transcend volumes: Joe as a family man juggling a wife and three girls under financial pressures, Joe's past blunders showing his vulnerability, Joe's tense relationship with local law enforcement, and even a strained relationship with his mother-in-law. These things are what make readers care about Pickett. It's what puts him in company with some of my favorite multiple-book characters: Jack Reacher, Lincoln Rhyme, Jack Taylor. Savage Run isn't without its flaws. There are some clichéd characters and some bumbling rookie lapses in judgment that I don't think Pickett would have made. At one point, only a miracle would do, and as luck would have it, someone stumbles right into salvation. Despite these minor grievances, this is a solid, engaging entry into the Pickett canon not to be missed. 4 1/2 stars for this one.
This book is for those who like the outdoors. The story takes place on the edges of the wilderness areas. It's about a game warden who tends to get involved in actions beyond checking game licenses and creel counts. This book also gives one a feel for the lonely job our fish and game wardens have.