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  • Bitter indeed

    A far cry from CJ Box's other novels! Slow moving and not very engaging.

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  • Another great book by CJ Box

    I enjoy reading CJ Box novels because it puts you in "place"....Big Wyoming with small towns and small bars!

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  • The Bitterroots

    This is a brutal book about a family so lacking in moral values and entitlement that they forced an entire county in the state of Montana to conform to their desires. Cassie Dewell is hired by a defence attorney to investigate and ascertain the details of a crime involving her client—his niece, a fifteen year old, accused him of rape. The authorities had her underwear containing a specimen of his sperm and her story of how he took her to an old bunkhouse and assaulted. As Cassie spent a week trying to confirm the story, she is jailed overnight, subjected to abuse by the members of the entitled family, her son nearly gets run down by an unidentified truck, and a woman who is visiting Cassie in her motel room is killed by this same truck—the killer’s target was Cassie. Almost all the characters in the book are despicable and unlikeable (except for a few not under the thumb of the Famiy); and you hope that justice will prevail. Unfortunately, the outcome is not necessarily a happy one. I don’t know whether I should recommend this book or not—it is well written, the characters are well drawn (even the vile ones), but I was so angry all the way through the book at the way Cassie and all the female characters were treated, and the ending just turned my stomach.

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  • Appropriate

    Readable, but not as good as the Joe Picket novels.

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  • Fantastic!!!!!

    I just discovered this author after watching on tv the series Big Sky. The first book I read was the book the adaptation was used for Big Sky......I read it from beginning to end in one day. Then I searched on line and found this one, equally a great page turned. I love this author.

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