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Transformed Potus by Suzanne Falter & Jack Harvey @SuzanneFalter #A Quirky Romantic Thriller #Review #KindleUnlimited

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BOOK DESCRIPTION 

Screw Camp David.
The first Post-Trump President is a sex addict who hangs in Vegas …
and keeps misplacing the nuclear codes.

In this hilarious, fast paced novel, the first post-Trump President ‘decompresses’ by picking up women in his time off. Which is complicated when the nuclear Gold Codes go missing, and a bad actor is about to infiltrate POTUS’s inner circle.

The CIA calls in Charley, a charismatic transman spy, to use his intuitive skills to vet everyone around POTUS, including his harem. Simultaneously, Charley’s charismatic ex-lover suddenly appears and becomes a key suspect.

Meanwhile, Charley is trying to marry his fiancée- on one of her few weekends off from CIA training camp, 2,000 miles away. When POTUS finds out that Charley’s fiancée is Electra, the world-famous dominatrix known as ‘The Society Dom’, he yanks her out of training so he can have sessions with her in Vegas.

Does Charley seriously have to surrender his fiancée to POTUS as he struggles to find the infiltrator?

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by Suzanne Falter & Jack Harvey

HERE ARE MY THOUGHTS AND REVIEW 

Although this is the third novel in this series, it can be read very well in its own right. So firstly POTUS is in fact short for President of the United States and this story revolves round the more personal side of the president’s life, not the running the country bit. It is one big mickey take of the behind the scenes look at the big fellow, his whims and demands that he expects to be met at the snap of his fingers because of who he is.

Now the president has a bit of an addiction that involves sleeping with the entire population it seems, as one woman alone doesn’t seem to satisfy his needs. This is a nightmare for his security team, especially Charlie who is supposed to vet each one but he really feels he has better things to do. The president insists on keeping the credit card sized sensitive information of launch codes for nuclear bombs with him. Well not all the time as he does tend to misplace it…….. a lot! Until one day it can not be found and all hell breaks loose.

Charlie is trying to sort out his own life, with wedding plans to marry Electra, an ex dominatrix  that was very well-known in high society as ‘The Society Dom’ but now training to be part of the C.I.A. You can imagine what happens when the President finds out. How far will Charlie go to meet the Presidents demands?

The first half of the book builds up the characters before the story real takes off in the second half. It is quite slap stick funny but very entertaining with its quick pace and change of characters. The President is just one big sleaze ball that was use to getting his own way as a wealthy man and now throughly abusing his power in the position he has, shudder, skin crawl moment.

The two authors have worked well on this book as it is impossible to tell where one ends and the other begins. It makes for a light-hearted read, a book to relax with and just go with the humour. Very funny at times and I just had a vision of what this character would look like, I just couldn’t help it. I am sure near on everyone will have the same image too.

HERE IS A LITTLE ABOUT THE AUTHORS

Suzanne Falter

Suzanne Falter is an author, speaker and blogger whose work has reached more than two million people. She has published both fiction and non-fiction. Her novel, Doin’ the Box Step (Random House), was featured in New York Magazine and Cosmopolitan among others. Her non-fiction titles include How Much Joy Can You Stand? and Living Your Joy (both Ballantine.) How Much Joy Can You Stand? was a Dual Main Selection of The One Spirit Book Club. Living Your Joy became a #2 bestseller on Amazon and was named a ‘Best of the Best Self Help Book’ by SELF Magazine. Suzanne’s online writing and videos can be found on Facebook, Google +, YouTube and Pinterest and on her blog at http://www.suzannefalter.com

Following retirement from a successful career on Wall Street in corporate finance and venture capital, Jack Harvey has turned his attention to fiction and the increasingly popular area of gender dynamics.  In his first novel, Transformed, he is partnering with his cousin, author Suzanne Falter.  Jack and his wife have two grown daughters and live in Manhattan and Connecticut.

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Victims: A Sam Williams Novella by Joel Hames @joel_hames #KindleUnlimited

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BOOK DESCRIPTION

Young lawyer Sam Williams is riding high. He’s got a job he loves, a girl he wants, and the brain to win out every time.
But Sam’s about to find out that he’s got enemies, too. And figuring out which one wants to hurt him most isn’t as easy as it seems.

Victims introduces Sam Williams, hero of international bestseller The Art of Staying Dead and the upcoming thriller Dead North, ten years younger than we last saw him, and a lot less wise. 

Please note that Victims is a novella, not a full length novel. Also included are the first two chapters of The Art of Staying Dead.

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by Joel Hames

HERE ARE MY THOUGHTS AND REVIEW

I have read a couple of this author’s books before, one being The Art of Staying Dead, where Sam Williams plays a mighty cool role in it. Well this novella is a story about Sam only ten years before, when he was a little bit wet behind the ears and a lot more gullible. So I took a step back to meet a much younger Sam with a strut to match another up and coming Lawyer like him. Both working within spitting distance of each other. They both wanted to make a name for themselves and battled to get the cream of the cases.

Sam is pretty happy with himself as he waits for his new stunning girlfriend to arrive at the pub, filled with other yuppies like him. The tables turn when his life is threatened but he has no idea by who or why, only that the very direct message was meant for him. He is pretty sure who the message is from.

Now to say that this is a novella it is tense, exciting and thrilling on every page not a word is wasted. I can’t help but really like Sam he is the Knight in shinning armour that everyone wants to know because this guy is willing to take one for the team, his girl or a stranger. He is one of the good guys that everyone cheers on until the tables turn then they see nothing. Hero to victim and every man for himself.

If you haven’t met Sam before then start here before you go on to the big guns of The Art of Staying dead but do read them both. Sam is a fascinating character, sensitive, clever and with a mind that will battle anyone to the ground.

HERE IS A LITTLE ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Joel Hames

Joel Hames lives in rural Lancashire, England, with his wife and two daughters, where he works hard at looking serious and pretending to be a proper novelist.
After a varied career in London which involved City law firms, a picture frame warehouse, an investment bank and a number of market stalls (he has been known to cry out “Belgian chocolates going cheap over ‘ere” in his sleep), Joel relocated from the Big Smoke to be his own boss. As a result, he now writes what he wants, when he wants to (which by coincidence is when the rest of the family choose to let him).
Joel’s first novel, Bankers Town, was published in 2014, and The Art of Staying Dead followed in 2015. The novellas Brexecution (written and published in the space of ten days following the UK’s Brexit referendum, with half of the profits going to charity) and Victims were published in 2016 and 2017 respectively.

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Hearts in Danger (Heart #1) by Fiona Wilson @Fwilsonauthor #Review

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Rebecca believes there is good in everyone, even though it may be hidden in some more than others. She also believes in love at first sight, yet has never managed to find it.

In one fell swoop she has the chance to prove both of her theories right, but fate has something more in store for her. Can she hold on to the happiness she has found?

A romantic suspense story which finds Rebecca going on a journey she couldn’t have imagined, taking her from running a kids craft class to helping run classes in a male prison.

Book 1 in a trilogy.

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by Fiona Wilson

HERE ARE MY THOUGHTS AND REVIEW

Rebecca was pretty much living the dream. She had her foot on the first rung of the home owner ladder and loved the job she did each day. Rebecca taught crafts to young children, and parents would take it in turn to lend a hand, only one parent over stepped the mark and it resulted in her losing her independence and moving back in with her mum and dad.

The story dips back into Rebecca’s early life being brought up as an only child and gives some insight into her relationship with her parents. An accident she becomes involved in brings her a new start again and a chance to find happiness but fate sometimes has a different plan.

I really enjoyed this book, it has an unusual setting for quite a bit of the story and some characters that gave me a really uneasy feeling about them. Normally I take all the people as being good and pick at them until I am left with the rotten apple but with this one it was a matter of deciding which one was more rotten than the rest. A pretty cool concept.

The story unravels well, dripping in the tension and suspicion at regular intervals until it is ready to well and truly erupt and it goes up like Mount Vesuvius!

I blew a little hot and cold towards Rebecca, as at times I felt she was a little nieve and  immature, but Chris I was intrigued by. There is certainly more that I want to know about him. This is a really good first novel that has left me wanting to find out about the last couple of hours in the story from other people.  Rebecca is going to have to toughen up somewhat to face whatever is coming in the second book. Yikes!

HERE IS A LITTLE ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Fiona  Wilson

I am a Scottish lass born and bred, grew up in Ayrshire now live in Bonnybridge. An avid reader as a child, my love of books has grown with me. I am a blogger, although I am currently taking an extended break, a reviewer and a beta reader. I am a huge supporter of indie authors, and still can’t quite believe I’m about to join such an amazing group of people.

I work full time as a nanny in Edinburgh. To break the monotony of rush hour traffic I occasionally find myself daydreaming on my way home. It was during one of these journeys that the idea for Hearts in Danger came to me. Knowing I had to get the story out of my head I took part in Nanowrimo 2015. By the end of the month I had not only written over 50,000 words, I had surprised myself by sticking to it every single day.

In 2016 I once again participated in Nanowrimo, writing book two in the trilogy, Healing Hearts. It published in June 2017.

What happens next, who knows? Wherever this journey takes me, though, I will be forever grateful for the help and support I have had along the way from family, friends, bloggers, reviewers and authors alike.

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We Own the Sky by Luke Allnutt #BlogTour @Lauren_BooksPR @TrapezeBooks

Firstly I wish to thank  Tracy Fenton and Lauren Woosey for inviting me to be a part of this Blog Tour for WE OWN THE SKY by Luke Allnutt

BOOK DESCRIPTION

A triumphant story about love, loss and finding hope–against all odds“We looked down at the cliff jutting into the sea, a rubber boat full of kids going under the arch, and then you started running and jumping through the grass, dodging the rabbit holes, shouting at the top of your voice, so I started chasing you, trying to catch you, and we were laughing so hard as we ran and ran, kicking up rainbow showers in the leaves.”Rob Coates feels like he’s won the lottery of life. There is Anna, his incredible wife, their London town house and, most precious of all, Jack, their son, who makes every day an extraordinary adventure. But when a devastating illness befalls his family, Rob’s world begins to unravel. Suddenly finding himself alone, Rob seeks solace in photographing the skyscrapers and clifftops he and his son Jack used to visit. And just when it seems that all hope is lost, Rob embarks on the most unforgettable of journeys to find his way back to life, and forgiveness.We Own the Sky is a tender, heartrending, but ultimately life-affirming novel that will resonate deeply with anyone who has suffered loss or experienced great love. With stunning eloquence and acumen, Luke Allnutt has penned a soaring debut and a true testament to the power of love, showing how even the most thoroughly broken heart can learn to beat again.”A breathtaking read that describes perfectly the joy and pain that comes with loving fully and all the compassion and forgiveness it requires. Brimming with hope to the very end.” –Steven Rowley, bestselling author of Lily and the Octopus“Anyone who wishes David Nicholls would write faster needs to grab this with both hands. It’s a truly stunning achievement.” –Jill Mansell, Meet Me at Beachcomber Bay

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HERE ARE MY THOUGHTS AND REVIEW

You need a big Do Not Disturb sign up when you begin this book because you will just not be in a good state to talk to anyone while you are reading. This is an emotional charged story that just rips you apart and glues you back together but you won’t be the same person that you were. This will be my chosen read at the end of the year for February and I know that I will still remember this story like I have just read it. It really is so powerful.

On paper, as you say, Rob and Anna just aren’t a match. He is hi-tech, believes that the impossible is just the future that hasn’t happened yet and a take a chance sort of guy, while Anna is more solid based, believes what is at front of her eyes, a realist, but they do work, they fall madly in love, get married and eventually want a baby. The simplest most natural thing in the world but miscarriage after heart breaking miscarriage happens with no real cause or reason, then at last a beautiful baby son Jack.

Jack is a bright happy little boy, then things go wrong, something that no child should have to go through and no parent should have to face. Oh boy does this writer wear his heart on his sleeve for everyone to see, feel and experience. There are so many raw and honest emotions in this story. The thoughts that you know must be in everyone’s head that this happens to but no-one dare say out loud. The desperation and grasping anything with the slightest chance of hope, no matter if it costs you everything.

This story is where most would end but it doesn’t I am just blown away with it and think I cried more at the end than in the middle of the book. This story has some of the most frustrating, angry, heart breaking and tender moments in it that you will ever read. It captures the pivotal moment of life and death when you feel so empty there is nothing left. Oh wow! It is just bloody awesome. Absolutely loved the whole book, so very beautifully written, it really is. It gives you far more than hope.

HERE IS A LITTLE ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Luke Allnutt grew up in Surrey and has lived and worked in Prague as a journalist since 1998, writing mostly about technology and Eastern European politics. In 2013, he wrote about his father’s death from a brain tumour in UNSPOKEN, a Kindle Single for Amazon. A keen runner, he is married and has two young boys.

 

 

Off The Grid by C.J. Box (Joe Pickett Book #16) @cjboxauthor @Hoz_Books

Off the Grid (Joe Pickett Book 16) by [Box, C.J.]

 

BOOK DESCRIPTION

There’s no hiding off the grid.

Joe Pickett’s old friend Nate Romanowski is off the grid, lying low while the FBI search for him. But they’re not the only ones looking. Nate finds himself confronted by agents who need his help assessing a potential terror threat in Wyoming’s Red Desert – in return they’ll make Nate’s criminal record disappear. Nate knows they can’t be trusted – but with his liberty at stake, he has to comply… for now.

Meanwhile, Joe’s heading south, under orders from State Governor Rulon to investigate a rash of crimes and an uptick in secretive federal activity along Interstate 80…

As they pursue their quarries, both men will be drawn deep into the Red Desert, 9,000 square miles of bleak, punishing terrain, home to a secret that could take them both down.

What people are saying about OFF THE GRID:

Off The Grid is one hell of a book

‘After a long series of excellent books, the characters still feel fresh

‘Keeps you on the edge of your seat. As usual, once you start you can’t stop!

‘C J Box can’t write them quick enough, I loved it

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Well Nate is certainly back in the running in this story, literally that is. I do feel sorry for him always having to be one step in front of the government wanting to hunt him down and haul him in jail. Captured and offered a deal, again, “Do this job for us and the slate is wiped clean”. How could he refuse? Oh yep, just one condition if he gets caught he is on his own. That is some sour deal! At least he gets to work with his beloved  birds of prey, he is after all a Master Falconer.

Joe too is heading for more trouble than he bargained for by the request of Governor  Rulon. There are some rather delicate pieces of equipment going missing that is causing a lot of concern. Luckily there is some other activity on the area that gives Joe the perfect cover for having a snoop round. Think birds, a wild bear and some pretty bad guys that you wouldn’t want to meet anywhere, never mind in the middle of nowhere, ok Wyoming. Now Joe is all for a good hunt, with the right equipment, permits, and in the season for it. What he hates is blatant killing of wild life where a carcass if left to rot and not even the meat is eaten. So he is in for a blood boiling session but there is a much larger complication at the camp than he could have ever guessed.

It’s a wonder that I hadn’t ground my teeth to nothing by the time I finished reading this book. Thing is as a reader you are expecting things to take a turn for the worse and it just crushes me when it involves a character I have grown to love. I suppose when people are pushed into life or death situations it can bring out some surprising reactions.

Joe Pickett is a cracking character, dedicated to his job, his family and his friendship with Nate.  I always feel a little homesick when each of these books end, as I long to be back in the fold of the Pickett family.

 

HERE IS A LITTLE ABOUT THE AUTHOR

C. J. Box

Edgar Award-winning author C.J. Box is the author of nineteen novels including the Joe Pickett series. He’s also won the Anthony Award, Prix Calibre 38 (France), the Macavity Award, the Gumshoe Award, and the Barry Award. His short stories have been featured in America’s Best Mystery Stories of 2006 and limited-edition printings. 2008 novel BLOOD TRAIL was nominated for the International IMPAC Dublin (Ireland) Literary Award.

Box is a Wyoming native and has worked as a ranch hand, surveyor, fishing guide, a small town newspaper reporter and editor, and he co-owns an international tourism marketing firm with his wife Laurie. They have three daughters. An avid outdoorsman, Box has hunted, fished, hiked, ridden, and skied throughout Wyoming and the Mountain West. He served on the Board of Directors for the Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo. Box lives in Wyoming.

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The Burgas Affair by Ellis Shuman @ellisshuman #Terrorists #Europe #KindleUnlimited

 

The Burgas Affair by [Shuman, Ellis]

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She’s an Israeli data analyst. He’s a headstrong Bulgarian detective. Together they must track down those responsible for a horrific bombing.

In the wake of a deadly terrorist attack at Burgas Airport in Bulgaria, Israeli and Bulgarian intelligence agencies launch a joint investigation. Detective Boyko Stanchev on the police task force teams up with Ayala Navon, a young Israeli intelligence analyst on her first overseas assignment.

The two must establish whether the terrorists were assisted by a Bulgarian crime organization in laying the groundwork for the attack.

It should be a routine investigation, but shadows of the past keep interfering.

Boyko’s interactions with a crime boss pursuing a vendetta against him threaten to throw him off track. Ayala’s pursuit of the terrorists and their accomplices brings up painful memories of a family tragedy.

Boyko and Ayala form a shaky alliance, one that evolves into growing cooperation and affection as they desperately race against time to uncover who was behind the Burgas bombing.

The Burgas Affair is a fictional account of the aftermath of a very real terrorist attack. On July 18, 2012, a deadly explosive rocked a tourist bus at Burgas Airport, killing five Israelis and their Bulgarian bus driver. The terrorists responsible for this murderous attack have never been brought to justice.

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HERE ARE MY THOUGHTS AND REVIEW

Whoa I felt as clueless as the woman who was just opening her eyes and discovering her situation at the same time as me. Laid on the ground, wires kriss crossing round her body and a sudden realisation that she shouldn’t move. would they circle a woman with  She didn’t speak their language, they thought she was another suicide bomber. Then the story moves back in time.  I don’t really know whether to say the story begins on 18th July 2012 or ends there. For 5 Israelis and a Bulgarian bus driver they would never go anywhere again. The bombing of a bus in the Bulgarian Airport was a true event, the author Ellis Shuman has gone on to write a fictitious story round the investigation afterwards.

It was never going to be an easy operation, the Bulgarian Police force having to share information with the Israeli terrorist investigation team. Both sides having very different theories about who could be responsible for the bombing, local knowledge of the area and the ultimately who should do what. Paired together were Detective Boyko Stanchev of the Bulgarian police task force and Ayala Navon, a young Israeli intelligence analyst on her first overseas assignment. It just felt like from the beginning that sparks would fly. Ayala was use to being seen as an equal in the job she did while Boyko saw her purely as a woman and very much of the weaker sex.

The story is as much about the relationship that developes between them as it is about finding the bombers before there were more deaths. Boyko had his own dodgy past to deal with which was slowly coming to light throughout the story. There are times that the story drops back to fill in how events went down. I really didn’t like Boyko to start with but he did grow on me. Anya feels she has a lot to prove about herself and how she is seen by other members of both these teams.

There was plenty of action throughout the book, both surrounding the bombing and Boyko’s past. It is very much a tension builder with spikes of adrenaline fuelled scenes to allow you to take a break before the next one, if you need to. They were a couple that I would want on my side. I really enjoyed this book, though it is sad that in real life the case was never solved. If you continue reading after this story ends  the author goes on to fill in facts about the real bombing.

 

HERE IS A LITTLE ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Ellis Shuman

Ellis Shuman was born in Sioux City, Iowa, and immigrated to Israel as a teenager. He completed high school in Jerusalem and served for three years in the Israeli army’s Nahal branch. Along with his wife, Jodie, he was a founding member of Kibbutz Yahel in the Arava Valley in Israel’s south. On the kibbutz he worked in agriculture, industry, tourism, the dairy barn, and served as the kibbutz’s general secretary. After moving with his wife and three young children to Moshav Neve Ilan in the Judean Hills, Ellis received formal training in the hotel industry. He worked in a variety of positions at the Neve Ilan Hotel and later was Food and Beverage Controller at the Jerusalem Hilton. He served as the moshav’s general secretary during a period in which the community underwent major social changes. As a hobby, Ellis began writing on the Internet. He wrote extensively about life in Israel in his position as the Israeli Culture Guide at About.com. He designed and maintained websites for the Neve Ilan Hotel and for Indic–Independent Israeli Cinema. For two years he was webmaster for Yazam, an international financial firm that provided support for technological start-ups. Ellis served for three years as Editor in Chief of Israel Insider, an online daily newsmagazine that developed new technologies as it posted the latest news and views, from and about Israel. Starting in 2004, Ellis began working in a marketing company servicing the online gaming industry. In the years 2009 – 2010, his job was relocated to Sofia, Bulgaria. During those years, Ellis and Jodie traveled extensively in Bulgaria as well as in the countries of the region. Today Ellis continues working at this job, based in Ramat Gan.

 

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Endangered by C.J. Box (Joe Pickett #15) @cjboxauthor #Wyoming #NateRomanowski #JoePickett @Hoz_Books

Endangered (Joe Pickett series Book 15) by [Box, C.J.]

 

BOOK DESCRIPTION

Blood is always thicker than water.

Joe Pickett has good reason to dislike Dallas Cates. His eighteen-year-old foster daughter, April, has just run off with him.

Then comes even worse news: April has been found barely alive in a ditch along the highway, and the doctors don’t know if she’ll recover. Of course, Cates denies having anything to do with it but Joe knows in his gut who’s responsible.

The problem is there’s no proof.

Joe’s going to find out the truth, if it kills him. And, as he confronts the ruthless Cates clan, it just might.

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HERE ARE MY THOUGHTS AND REVIEW

This is just one awesome series that really you need to read from the very beginning. It is a series that literally revolves round Joe Pickett, a Game Warden in Wyoming, his family, friends and people who play major roles in his life. There is history to them all, far too much to convey on catch up with a couple of sentences. Besides there are some absolute belting stories in each and every book. Having lost track of time I am on a three book binge to catch back up on the family and just Wow! has a lot happened while I have been away!

April first came into the Pickett family lives when she was only 5, now all grown up and 18 she has been and always will be the wild cat of the three girls that make up Joe and Mary-Beth’s daughters. Now Joe has had more than his fair share of nut cases on his patch and some of them working in pretty high positions in the community so he isn’t new at treading on toes. The last book I read in the series saw April taking off with Dallas Cates, a wealthy wild boy and son of a dodgy business man who Joe had discredited. This book opens with a radio call telling Joe of a body of a young woman being found, just outside of town badly beaten and unconscious in a ditch. It is April.

Nate Romanowski, who had been trained in Special Operations, always ended up getting the bad guys but it had a way of turning the tables on him because of uncover operations and a bit of freelance to help a friend now and again. To get out of jail he had just signed a deal with the agency, but with conditions. One being to stay away from the Pickett’s as Nate and Joe make a formidable team when bringing the bad guys down. This normally leaves a bit of a body count and a high tax bill for the state. You must read how these guys met. They are an incredible team.

Now within the first chapter I must admit to salivating, oh this was like coming home at harvest time. C. J. Box just makes these characters come to life and feel like family. I hurt when they hurt and feel so protective of Joe’s girls as I have seen them grow up over the years to become independent young women, each of them with such different characters. I can’t say that Nate played a big part in this book but when he does make an appearance I just have to admit to the odd swoon from me.

Just love the cool methodical way that Joe tackles every situation. I can feel his rage but love how he bides his time. Oh wow what a story unravels it is just superb. So tense, so heart in my mouth, so brilliantly cool! Talk about when a good plot comes together, well this one has a high-five start, middle and end. Now straight on to my next Joe Pickett book. for me.

HERE IS A LITTLE ABOUT THE AUTHOR

C. J. Box

Edgar Award-winning author C.J. Box is the author of nineteen novels including the Joe Pickett series. He’s also won the Anthony Award, Prix Calibre 38 (France), the Macavity Award, the Gumshoe Award, and the Barry Award. His short stories have been featured in America’s Best Mystery Stories of 2006 and limited-edition printings. 2008 novel BLOOD TRAIL was nominated for the International IMPAC Dublin (Ireland) Literary Award.

Box is a Wyoming native and has worked as a ranch hand, surveyor, fishing guide, a small town newspaper reporter and editor, and he co-owns an international tourism marketing firm with his wife Laurie. They have three daughters. An avid outdoorsman, Box has hunted, fished, hiked, ridden, and skied throughout Wyoming and the Mountain West. He served on the Board of Directors for the Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo. Box lives in Wyoming.

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