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The Disappeared (Joe Pickett #18)

Wyoming game warden Joe Pickett has two cases to contend with, both of them lethal, in the electrifying new novel from the #1 New York Times-bestselling author.Wyoming's new governor isn't sure what to make of Joe Pickett, but he has a job for him that is extremely delicate. Three British executives, all women, never came home from the high-end guest ranch they were visiting, and the British Embassy is pressing hard. Pickett knows that happens sometimes--these ranches are stocked with handsome young cowboys, and "ranch romances" aren't uncommon. But three disappearances? That's too many.At the same time, with the help of his friend Nate Romanowski, he's been called to investigate the killings of several bald and golden eagles--a serious federal crime. The more he investigates both cases, the more someone wants him to go away. Is it because of the missing woman or the dead eagles? Or are they somehow connected? The answers, when they come, will be even worse than he'd imagined....

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ISBN : 9780399176623
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Number of Pages : 388 pages
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The Disappeared Joe Pickett, by C.J Box The Disappeared has , ratings and reviews Cindy said C.J Box s latest Joe Pickett novel is a great addition to this outstanding series Wyomin About Joe Pickett C.J Box Wyoming game warden Joe Pickett has now been the protagonist in seventeen novels, starting with Open Season in Over that time, he s taken on environmental Joe Pickett Series C.J Box Book List Here s a complete list of all the books by C.J Box that are part of the Joe Pickett series includes details about all of the books. The Disappeared Joe Pickett Series by C J Box C J Box is the New York Times bestselling author of the Joe Pickett series, five stand alone novels, and the story collection Shots Fired. The Disappeared C.J Box Wyoming game warden Joe Pickett has two cases to contend with, both of them lethal, in the electrifying new novel from the New York Times bestselling author. Joe Pickett Book Series In Order Complete order of Joe Pickett books in Publication Order and Chronological Order. Joe Pickett Series in Order How to read C.J Box books Did you know that Walt Longmire isn t the only crime fighter in Wyoming with a book series Joe Pickett has one too Who is Joe Pickett Created by Charles James C.J Box The Disappeared Discover about The Disappeared the th book in the Joe Pickett series by bestselling author C.J Box. Book Review The Disappeared BlackFive The following review is a special for BlackFive readers provided by Elise Cooper You can read all of our book reviews and author interviews by clicking on the Books Ep The disappearance of Danny Pickett Danny Pickett headed out for a night of fun in downtown St John s The young fisherman never returned to his boat, and his family believes he encountered foul play.

The Disappeared (Joe Pickett #18) Reviews

  • LJ

    First Sentence: Wylie Frye was used to smelling of smoke and that was long before he became a criminal of sorts.

    Wyoming’s new governor wants Game Warder Joe Pickett to find a wealthy CEO and Englishwoman who disappeared after staying at the dude ranch where Joe’s daughter, Sheridan, works. Joe’s friend, master falconer Nate Romanowski, want Joe to find out why the falconers can no longer hunt with eagles in spite of having valid permits. Joe wants to know why the Game Warden seems to have disapp
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  • Rex Fuller

    Joe Pickett gets tabbed to investigate the disappearance of British female executives from a dude ranch and the deaths of bald and golden eagles. Of course, he's hamstrung by government authorities above the local level, and victimized by his mother-in-law's nastiest trick yet. His friend, Nate Romanowski the falconer with a Wyoming Express hand cannon in a shoulder rig helps. But you just know beneath his stumbling appearance, Joe is ahead of the game.

    Despite uncharacteristic plot weaknesses -
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  • Roxanne

    Joe Pickett once again saves the day! Though, it does take a little help from his old friend, Nate, and his darling daughter, Sheridan, this time. Only C.J. Box can twist a simple missing persons tale into greater, ecological, political issues of the day, as smoothly and swiftly as the wind across the wide open Wyoming spaces. Fill in the spaces with selfish Brits, idiot politicians, dope headed bunglers, and a good beer now and then...you'll find yourself in the midst of another satisfying read ...more

  • Matthew

    One of the worst endings that I've ever had the displeasure of reading.

    Separate plots coming to a head at the end but only one gets a half-hearted attempt in the ending, leaving the others open. While I'm ok with an author leaving things open for the reader's imagination, there is an obvious lack of information given to the reader to allow for that. In other words, you can read enough to know the plot and put this one down; reading to the end might be an exercise in frustration for some.

  • Moonlight Reader

    These books are a huge pleasure of mine - I won't say guilty pleasure, because I refuse to be guilty about anything I read. Nonetheless, they are like a bit of cotton candy, tasty but without much substance. This is the 18th in the series of books centered around Joe Pickett, erstwhile Wyoming Game Warden and man who has destroyed more state cars than anyone in fiction or reality.

    Box has a formula for the Pickett stories - Joe is in the doghouse with his agency brass and is dispatched by the Gov
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  • Tom Fritts

    C.J. Box wrote a very suspenseful book. It was hard to put it down.

  • Chris Conley

    I love Joe Pickett. I love Nate. Mary Beth, Lucy and Sheridan are wonderful. This was, as usual, an interesting multi-leveled story. However, I did not like the ending.

  • Ed

    Having read most books by CJ Box, I can't really get my head around the Grand Canyon size literary gap between his absolutely riveting 4 book "Highway Quartet" and the evolution of the Joe Picket series. I like Joe, Nate and Joe's family but the slow pace and Southern Wyoming winter atmospherics thinned the action of the plot. Very disappointing.