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Force of Nature | Paperback

Released on 01 April 2012

Author: C. J. Box | Format: Paperback

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Written by C. J. BOX, this is the bestselling award winning, solid-gold series crime. In "Force Of Nature", game-warden Joe Pickett faces his most difficult decision yet. Outlaw falconer Nate Romanowski is in danger and Joe must make a choice: help his friend, or enforce the law? Joe Pickett's outlaw falconer companion, Nate Romanowski, faces the battle of his life and one he may very likely lose. His mysterious past comes back in the form of his former special forces colleague, an utterly ruthless soldier/homeland security official who knows his rise through the military and intelligence community will be derailed if Nate ever tells what he knows about their time together in Afghanistan in 1995. After years of dispatching fellow special forces team members to take him out, Nate's nemesis decides the time has come to end the threat to him once and for all. And he does it by incorporating many of the same tactics that served their unique and secret unit well in the Middle East: by recruiting locals. Nate can trust no one except Joe Pickett, who is constrained by his oath and duty to the law and the state.But Nate must involve Joe because he knows his enemy will strike at his friends in order to draw him out and the entire Pickett family will be a target. Because of Nate's fugitive status he can only fight back outside the law, and Joe must make a choice: help his friend or adhere to his principles? This is commercial crime, for fans of Lee Child, Harlan Coben, and Linwood Barclay.

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AuthorC. J. Box
PublisherAtlantic Books (United Kingdom)
FormatPaperback - 400 Pages