Open Season by C.J. Box, 2001; $9.99; 325 pages; G.P. Putnam’s Sons, New York, NY; 978-0-399-57660-7; checked out from Multnomah County Library, Hillsdale; 2/1/18-2/3-18
Why did I read this? I had heard that C.J. Box and the character Joe Pickett were really good and something I might like to read.
Joe Pickett is a game warden in the most rural part of Wyoming when a hunting guide, that he has had a previous run rides his horse into Pickett’s backyard and dies. He was carrying an empty cooler that was really scratched up on the inside. It grows into a controversy involving corrupt government officials, environmentalists, an oil pipeline and perhaps an endangered species.