C. J. Box is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Joe Pickett series, five stand-alone novels, and the story collection Shots Fired. He has won the Edgar, Anthony, Macavity, Gumshoe, and two Barry awards, as well as the French Prix Calibre .38 and a French Elle magazine literary award. His books have been translated into twenty-seven languages. He and his wife Laurie split their time between their home and ranch in Wyoming.
Praise for Savage Run
"The suspense tears forward like a brush fire."--People
"Brilliantly crafted...Bears comparison to the best Work of mystery
giants such as Tony Hillerman and James Lee Burke."--Minneapolis
"No sophomore slump from the remarkable talented Mr. Box...His plots, centering on issues of land management but filled with Old West-style action, are rich in both complexity and narrative drive....The 'outdoor mystery' was a thriving sub-genre before Box arrived on the scene, but he has taken it to new levels of substance and style."--Booklist "Box is one of those rare authors who can match his tone with his setting. Here he creates a story as crisp as a Wyoming sunrise and every bit as dramatic."--Houston Chronicle "Reinforces Box's status as a first-class talent."--Publishers Weekly (starred review) More Praise for the C. J. Box and the Joe Pickett novels
"One of today's solid-gold, A-list, must-read writers."--Lee Child "Picking up a new C. J. Box thriller is like spending quality time with family you love and have missed...It's a rare thriller series that has characters grow and change. An exciting reading experience for both loyal fans as well as newcomers."--Associated Press "Box is a master."--The Denver Post "Box knows what readers expect and delivers it with a flourish."--Cleveland Plain Dealer
"Wyoming game warden Joe Pickett strides in big boots over the ruggedly gorgeous landscape of C.J. Box's outdoor mysteries."--The New York Times Book Review "Riveting...[A] skillfully crafted page-turner."--People "Will keep you on the edge of your seat."--The Philadelphia Enquirer