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(TROPHY HUNT) BY BOX, C. J.(AUTHOR)Paperback Apr-2005 (Anglais) Broché – 1 avril 2005

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Trophy Hunt Wyoming game warden Joe Pickett finds he has a modern day Jack the Ripper on his hands when a vicious killer's sights switch from beast to man--and his rampage is just beginning. Full description

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  • Editeur : Berkley (1 avril 2005)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0425202933
  • ISBN-13: 978-0425202937
  • ASIN: B006EF2G2U
  • Dimensions du produit: 2,5 x 10,8 x 16,5 cm
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Par Mme H. le 13 avril 2015
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Another great in this series. Love the stories and getting to know well some of the main characters. Love Joe Picket he reminds me of my Dad!
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A Wyoming Mystery with some "woo-woo" thrown in 26 août 2004
Par Professor D. L. Hoffman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
The Jo Pickett Mysteries by C. J. Box were recommended to me through Amazon.com, being a gungo-freak for Randy Wayne White and James W. Hall mysteries. After reading "Open Season", I bought and finished the next three novels over a period of three weeks. Needless to say I was "hooked". I enjoyed Trophy Hunt less than I did the other three. The story line was to say the least a bit macabre with all sorts of bizarre happenings. There were all sorts of loose ends that were not resolved. Why did Maxine's hair turn white? What was the significance of Nate and Sheridan's dreams? What caused Nate's falcons to "freak out"? Where did that grizzly bear come from (Savage Run, perhaps?) There was a bit too much of the "woo-woo" stuff (using Jow Pickett's apt descriptive words. I do like the continuity that follows from one novel to the next; so I really recommend starting to read the Joe Pickett novels with the initial "Open Season." You get to see the development of the major characters in the storyline.

I agree with one of the reviewer's comments that it is time that Joe becomes a real lawman. Hey C. J.! Let him run for sheriff and earn enough money to take care of his family. Let's crank out a sequel and explain where that bear came from. I still get queasy when I smell slab bacon.
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Interesting Premise but a very poor execution 30 mars 2012
Par The Emperor - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Joe Pickett is quite a decent character for along running series and Wyoming is certainly an interesting setting.

The author writes quite well when describing scenery and the dialogue between the hero and his wife and daughters is quite believable. There are lots of family scenes, however it does begin to get repetitive. His wife has now got a job so we are constantly told that she no longer cooks for the family and that the refrigerator is empty.

This starts off quite well. The premise is quite intriguing. Unfortunately the more you read the sillier it gets. It is just incredibly unrealistic. People act in ridiculous ways. At times it is almost childlike in its simplicity. The police procedural and forensic elements never ring true.

It does get very predictable and it seemed that the author got bored with a few plot threads and just forgot about them.

The supernatural element is very poorly developed and doesn't really fit into the rest of the story.
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Anthother "Trophy" for Box! 24 juin 2004
Par Ken Rabb - Publié sur Amazon.com
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After months of waiting, I anxiously dove into the latest Joe Pickett adventure -- Trophy Hunt. CJ Box did not disappoint this reader with his fourth story about this modern-day sleuth. Once again, Pickett takes on the bureaucracy, knows he is right and plunges ahead. With a number of well timed twists and turns, Box exposes Pickett for who he is -- an everyday guy trying to do his job against tough odds. Draped with the Wyoming Rockies as a background, Trophy Hunt weaves myth and fact together in great tale. Box has once again captured the essence of a great story and a character with whom everyone can identify. From shady dealers to mysteriously mutilated livestock, with a couple of murders thrown in, Trophy Hunt is another trophy on BoxÕs shelf! Long live Joe Pickett!
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Misses the Trophy for Best Pickett Adventure by a Huge Margin 8 octobre 2005
Par Mr James N Simpson - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is the third Joe Pickett novel I have read and it is not up there quality wise with his first two Open Season and Savage Run. There are a lot less surreal Carl Hiaasen style characters and Box seems to be moving more in the direction of far fetched fantasy land solutions then stuff that could occur to anyone in every day life. It's not a bad read and fans of the Joe Pickett and his family characters may well get something out of it but hopefully C.J. Box will return to the real world for his next novel.

Cattle and other animals are being found mutilated with surgical precision around Saddlestring, Wyoming. The lazy cops are quick to blame a grizzly bear who has ventured from his national park. Joe Picket of course knows that a bear could not leave the corpses like they are being found and when human corpses start to join the list he has a wall to overcome in convincing the task force assigned that the bear, birds or any other wildlife aren't the killers. Meanwhile Cleve Garrett heavily funded by secret backers has been following the mutilations all over the country and is trying to convince Joe that aliens are responsible.
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Trophy Hunt 5 août 2009
Par J. Gibson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche Achat vérifié
I truly like the Pickett family and their interaction with local folks. Nate for me however is a stretch and seems to be made for TV. In this book, Nate's connection with the bear lacks depth and goes beyond the limit of the "suspension of disbelief". In some ways, Nate goes beyond the boundary set by Tomlinson, the funky, hippy, baseball playing, sidekick of Doc Ford in the Randy Wayne White mysteries. And the bear, falls well short of Shardik, the mystical bear, in Richard Adams second novel. I have read them in order thus far on my Kindle (thanks for having a Kindle edition) and will read on because I like the writing. Where can a reader find a protagonist of integrity, a husband and wife that love one another, children that are properly peculiar, and a pain-in-the-neck mother-in-law - where - in a C.J. Box novel. Buy one - just not this one. Hope the next book returns to the simple rules of its predecessors.
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