Endangered by C J Box
I am enthralled with this writer. Despite each of the books in the Pickett series being based in the same setting with primarily the same characters, Box brings a freshness to each plot. This is the 15th in that series and I bought it without realising I had also borrowed it from the library. It is an excellent read.
There is a change in the structure of the novel from previous ones that I have read. Each part bears the title of a specific context from it, rather than the time or date. The themes of the politics for endangered species, deformed love and corrupt familial relationships feature as does the violent return of their adopted daughter April.
Obviously keep it and a reap it ratings. This one already sits on my bookshelf.