I picked this book in my local book shop, not having read anything by this author before. It took a couple of attempts before I was hooked, but once the main character, Joe Pickett, had travelled to YellowStone Park and begun his investigations, I really enjoyed it. The character breaks the mold for this kind of thriller: he isn’t particularly violent (and admits to being rubbish with a weapon) – that side of things is left to his side-kick, Nate); he doesn’t seem all that sure of himself (unlike Jack Reacher or John Corey). He is determined though and the beautiful setting of the main action made this an enjoyable read.
Book Review: Free Fire, C.J. Box
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