C. J. Box – Wolf Pack

Wyoming game warden Joe Pickett encounters bad behavior on his own turf – only to have the FBI and the DOJ ask him to stand down – in the thrilling new novel from number-one New York Times best-selling author C. J. Box.

The good news is that Joe Pickett has his job back, after his last adventure in The Disappeared. The bad news is that he’s come to learn that a drone is killing wildlife – and the drone belongs to a mysterious and wealthy man whose grandson is dating Joe’s own daughter, Lucy.

When Joe tries to lay down the rules for the drone operator, he’s asked by the FBI and the DOJ to stand down, which only makes him more suspicious. Meanwhile, bodies are piling up in and around Joe’s district in shocking numbers. He begins to fear that a pack of four vicious killers working on behalf of the Sinaloa cartel known as the Wolf Pack have arrived. Their target seems to be the mystery man and everyone – including Joe, Nate, and others – who are associated with him.

Teaming up with a female game warden (based on a real person, one of the few female game wardens at work in Wyoming today) to confront these assassins, Joe finds himself in the most violent and dangerous predicament he’s ever faced.

Author: C. J. Box
Narrator: David Chandler
Duration: 9 hours 51 minutes
Released: 19 Dec 2003
Publisher: Recorded Books
Language: English

User Review:

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Awesome story and CJ Box never let’s us down. David Chandler’s narration is always excellent. I have listened to all of the audio books and Chandler is the voice of Joe Picket for me. I started reading the Joe
Picket series years ago then started listening to the audio versions. Box’s protagonist are endearing Joe and his family and friends seem like people you would love to know personally.. I have never been to Wyoming. but CJ Box paints a beautiful picture of the state. it’s majestic mountains and wild life. Joe is some what of an idealist believing in law and order and the rights of people and wildlife. He is often embroiled in dangerous situations because he naively gives everyone the benefit of doubt. but he is clever and not to be under estimated. I also love his friend Nate always there for Joe and family. please CJ give us another Nate story.
Looking forward to you next book. Janice