A violent & interesting story centering around the back story of Joe Pickett's pal Nate Romanowski. I won't give away the plot except to note that for fans of this series this is not an animal hunt so some may not wish to endure the violent human confrontations contained in this tale.
Really enjoy this book as it is my favorite author and he did well again. Had bad guys hidden in plain sight and I did not see it till the end.
Another great one in the Joe Pickett series.
Even though this one is more about Nate and gives more of his background, the story revolves around him and gives more information into his falconry.
This story is not any more violent than a murder mystery would be and is written very well to keep you going until the end, without giving it away, you won't find out the context of the story surrounding Nate until closer to the end but getting there will keep you reading and you won't be skipping any pages.
Another thing is the fact that there is very very little foul language used, which is a plus for this book.
Each book is better than the previous one. This book explains why Nate lives off the grid as he stays one step ahead of his nemesis from his past. Couldn't put it down.