Review: Wolf Pack

Wolf Pack Wolf Pack by C.J. Box
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I'm pretty sure there's not an emotion the latest Joe Pickett novel didn't evoke. Not only that, it was packed with action and suspense from beginning to -- literally -- the end.

It starts with Joe and female game warden Katelyn Hamm trying to figure out who is operating a drone that she saw run a mule deer and elk herd, exhausting the animals to the point that some of the died. As they get closing to getting information about the mysterious drone operator, things get really complicated as the FBI enters the picture with dire warnings for both Joe and Katelyn.

While all of this is going on the vicious, brutal and cruel Wolf Pack -- led by the beautiful but heartless Abriella -- is on a mission that will eventually have them crossing paths with Joe, Katelyn and Joe's friend, falconer Nate Romanowski.

The penultimate chapter is so action-packed you will not be able to turn the pages fast enough.

Wolf Pack has several surprises -- good and bad -- that made this a thoroughly enjoyable read. I won't say it's my favorite Joe Pickett novel because they all have their strong points and reasons they could be a favorite. But, man, it's so good.

As always, C.J. Box paints a beautiful picture of the Wyoming landscape as well.

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