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Nowhere to Run

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David Chandler

10 Hours 17 Minutes

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June 2010

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Edgar, Anthony, Macavity, Gumshoe, and Barry Award winner C. J. Box crafts the 10th explosive entryfrom his acclaimed Joe Pickett series. When bizarre incidents start piling up, including the disappearance of afemale runner, Joe heads into the mountains near Baggs, Wyoming, to investigate. It doesn't take long before therugged game warden wishes he hadn't bothered. '. an intense story . Highly recommendedLibrary Journal

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  • Phil L

    C.J. Box is simply amazing

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  • Nmc5359!

    A great book. It started on a run and just got better

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  • Kathy F.

    I am addicted to this series by CJ Box. I’m going through them all as fast as I can listen!!!!! Love the narrator and his portrayals of each character!!!

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  • Marilyn V.

    A thrill a minute! Loved it.

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  • Anonymous

    This was a free book that had good reviews and I'm glad I tried it. It was a nice change of pace from listening to female narrators. Reminded me Louis L'Amour books my husband and I used to listen to on road trips. I was a little disappointed in the ending. I actually repeated the last hour to make sure I didn't miss something. All in all, it held my interest and I enjoyed it. Will be on the lookout for more free books by CJ Box.

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  • Rich

    This was the first experience with a Box novel. There were moments of excitement at the beginning and the end with a long rather dry section in the middle (I am assuming to tie this to the previous novels in this series). Would rate the book as just ok.

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  • Stacey H.

    It took me a while to get into this book. This was my first by this author and I only downloaded it because it was free. The story line behind this character is fair but it’s not a book that I will continue in the series. Perhaps it was the narrator but it was painfully slow to get thru. The ending was very good and I was pleasantly surprised by that. But the choice of narrator was a snooze. His voice varied very little throughout. Glad I tried it, but won’t be getting another one.

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  • Chris S.

    I like the series. Also liked the "bad guys" not necessarily being bad for a change. Issues and ethics. Did a good job of making the good guys think, but not much for making the "bad guys" think.

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  • Stacie B.

    I like a good mystery, so after reading so many positive reviews, I decided to give this title a try. I was very disappointed with this book, and I'm surprised it got such high ratings. If you appreciate master storytellers with unpredictable storylines who have a beautiful command of language, then you won't enjoy this book. The writing is average at best, and the dialogue is awkward. The uncomplicated plot is so-so and doesn't unfold in a way that builds suspense. The story is flat with a mere hiccup for a climax. The resolution is pretty lame too. There was potential for unique characters, but they weren't developed much. The book was more like a microwaveable TV dinner that has little taste or nutritional value than a delicious gourmet meal that you can't stop eating. I suggest listening to the free sample before purchasing this book. If you don't like the sample, you won't like the book.

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  • Anonymous

    They started off being a really interesting story, and here comes a spoiler so if you don’t want to know what happens partway through then don’t read any further. But this guy gets shot multiple times with arrows and guns but his sheriff from his town doesn’t believe him oh my gosh! Why is it in every book all the cops are against each other nobody works together?I don’t believe it’s true. It just makes the story tedious I don’t think I’ll probably finish it for that reason

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