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Below Zero (Joe Pickett, Book 9) by C. J. Box

By C. J. Box

Box's 9th novel to add Wyoming online game warden Joe Pickett starts with a bombshell: may Pickett's foster daughter, April, who it seems that died six years past in Winterkill, nonetheless be alive?

"Tell Sherry April called." an easy mobile message that shakes Joe Pickett's oldest daughter Sheridan and the remainder of the relatives to the center. To Joe, it doesn't look even remotely attainable that April can have survived the bloodbath defined in Winterkill six years earlier than. He used to be there, and he used to be not able to save lots of her. yet Sheridan begins to think there's an opportunity that April remains to be alive, and her suspicions are proven while the individual sending texts to her cell is ready to keep in mind relations incidents in basic terms April may possibly be aware of.

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I went through the curtained archway and down a narrow passageway to a hall lined with closed doors. I saw one door with a silver star on it and knocked. " "Shell Scott. " Satin opened the door. She held a cloth in her hand and was removing the make-up from her face; but she hadn't changed the outfit she wore in her act. It took a few seconds for me to explain who I was and what I was doing here, but then she invited me inside her dressing room, shut the Page 41 Wailing Frail, A Shell Scott Detective Mystery door, and walked over to lean back against the dressing table.

His head rolled to the side and his body followed it. He moved slowly, and at first the Page 36 Wailing Frail, A Shell Scott Detective Mystery motion was barely obvious. Then everything happened suddenly. His body seemed to lurch sideways and he fell to the floor with a jarring crash. A woman at the next table screamed. She screamed and kept on screaming. She couldn't have seen that the man was dead, couldn't have known. But something made her scream. Maybe it was the way he fell; or maybe she smelled that burned flesh.

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