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Three-Inch Teeth was the most recently released book by C.J. Box, on February 27th, 2024.

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C.J. Box Stats: The highest rated book by C.J. Box on Book Notification is Long Range, the 20th novel in the Joe Pickett series. The second-highest rated book is Force of Nature (Joe Pickett #12).

The most read book by C.J. Box on Book Notification is Open Season, the first novel in the Joe Pickett series. The second most read book is Savage Run (Joe Pickett #2).

Below is a complete list of C.J. Box books in publication and chronological order, broken down by series. The most popular series by C.J. Box is the Joe Pickett Series.

List of Joe Pickett Books in Publication Order

Centers on a Wyoming game warden, Joe Pickett, who stands up for justice while dealing with environmental issues, local politics, and family life amidst the beautiful but dangerous landscapes of the Rocky Mountains.

# ReadTitle Avg. Year Book Link
1
8.4
Open Season
2001
2
8.9
Savage Run
2002
3
8.9
Winterkill
2003
4
8.6
Trophy Hunt
2004
5
9.1
Out of Range
2005
6
9
In Plain Sight
2006
7
8.9
Free Fire
2007
8
9
Blood Trail
2008
9
9
Below Zero
2009
10
9
Nowhere to Run
2010
11
9.1
Cold Wind
2011
12
9.2
Force of Nature
2012
13
9.1
Breaking Point
2013
14
9
Stone Cold
2014
15
9
Endangered
2015
16
9
Off the Grid
2016
17
9
Vicious Circle
2017
18
9.1
The Disappeared
2018
19
9.1
Wolf Pack
2019
20
9.4
Long Range
2020
21
9.2
Dark Sky
2021
22
9
Shadows Reel
2022
23
8.7
Storm Watch
2023
24
8.7
Three-Inch Teeth
2024

List of Joe Pickett Short Stories/Novellas in Publication Order

List of Joe Pickett Collections in Publication Order

List of The Hoyt/Dewell Books in Publication Order

Combines the stories of Cassie Dewell, a determined private investigator, and Cody Hoyt, a troubled detective, as they solve gripping and often deadly cases in the American West.

List of Standalone Novels in Publication Order

List of Non-Fiction Books in Publication Order

# ReadTitle Avg. Year Book Link
1
9
Travel Smart: Montana, Wyoming, and Idaho (With: Paul Otteson)
1998

List of Bibliomysteries Books in Publication Order

A collection of short stories and novellas centered around the theme of books. Each story combines elements of mystery, crime, and suspense with a focus on books, libraries, bookstores, or the world of literature, involving various authors contributing to this intriguing and literary-focused series.

# ReadTitle Avg. Year Book Link
1
The Book of Virtue (By: Ken Bruen)
2012
2
10
Pronghorns of the Third Reich
2012
3
The Book Thing (By: Laura Lippman)
2012
4
The Book Case (By: Nelson DeMille)
2012
5
9
An Acceptable Sacrifice ( By: Jeffery Deaver)
2012
6
Death Leaves a Bookmark (By: William Link)
2012
7
The Final Testament (By: Peter Blauner)
2013
8
Rides a Stranger (By: David Bell)
2013
9
The Long Sonata of the Dead (By: Andrew Taylor)
2013
10
The Book of Ghosts ( By: Reed Farrel Coleman)
2013
11
10
The Compendium of Srem (By: F. Paul Wilson)
2014
12
What's in a Name? ( By: Thomas H. Cook)
2014
13
Remaindered (By: Peter Lovesey)
2014
14
The Sequel (By: R.L. Stine)
2014
15
The Gospel of Sheba (By: Lyndsay Faye)
2014
16
Book Club (By: Loren D. Estleman)
2014
17
The Nature of My Inheritance (By: Bradford Morrow)
2014
18
It's in the Book (By: Max Allan Collins, Mickey Spillane)
2014
19
The Scroll (By: Anne Perry)
2014
20
The Book of the Lion (By: Thomas Perry)
2015
21
The Little Men (By: Megan Abbott)
2015
22
Condor in the Stacks (By: James Grady)
2015
23
Mystery, Inc. (By: Joyce Carol Oates)
2015
24
Every Seven Years (By: Denise Mina)
2015
25
From the Queen (By: Carolyn Hart)
2015
26
8
The Travelling Companion ( By: Ian Rankin)
2016
27
Citadel (By: Stephen Hunter)
2016
28
Reconciliation Day (By: Christopher Fowler)
2016
29
Dead Dames Don't Sing (By: John Harvey)
2016
30
The Haze (By: James W. Hall)
2016
31
Hoodoo Harry (By: Joe R. Lansdale)
2017
32
The Pretty Little Box ( By: Charles Todd)
2018
33
Seven Years (By: Peter Robinson)
2018
34
The Hemingway Valise (By: Robert Butler)
2018
35
The Last Honest Horse Thief (By: Michael Koryta)
2018
36
The Caxton Private Lending Library & Book Depository (By: John Connolly)
2018
37
The Girl Who Did Say No (By: David Handler)
2020
38
The Traitor (By: Martin Edwards)
2022
39
The Dark Door (By: Lisa Unger)
2022
40
The Honeymoon Trap (By: Peter Swanson)
2022
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List of Bibliomysteries Series in Chronological Order

#ReadTitle Avg. Year Book Link
1
The Book of Virtue (By: Ken Bruen)
2012
2
The Scroll (By: Anne Perry)
2014
3
10
Pronghorns of the Third Reich
2012
4
9
An Acceptable Sacrifice ( By: Jeffery Deaver)
2012
5
Death Leaves a Bookmark (By: William Link)
2012
6
Seven Years (By: Peter Robinson)
2018
7
The Book Thing (By: Laura Lippman)
2012
8
The Book of Ghosts ( By: Reed Farrel Coleman)
2013
9
Book Club (By: Loren D. Estleman)
2014
10
The Long Sonata of the Dead (By: Andrew Taylor)
2013
11
The Final Testament (By: Peter Blauner)
2013
12
Rides a Stranger (By: David Bell)
2013
13
What's in a Name? ( By: Thomas H. Cook)
2014
14
It's in the Book (By: Max Allan Collins, Mickey Spillane)
2014
15
The Nature of My Inheritance (By: Bradford Morrow)
2014
16
Remaindered (By: Peter Lovesey)
2014
17
10
The Compendium of Srem (By: F. Paul Wilson)
2014
18
The Gospel of Sheba (By: Lyndsay Faye)
2014
19
The Sequel (By: R.L. Stine)
2014
20
The Book of the Lion (By: Thomas Perry)
2015
21
The Little Men (By: Megan Abbott)
2015
23
Every Seven Years (By: Denise Mina)
2015
24
Citadel (By: Stephen Hunter)
2016
25
Condor in the Stacks (By: James Grady)
2015
26
Mystery, Inc. (By: Joyce Carol Oates)
2015
27
8
The Travelling Companion ( By: Ian Rankin)
2016
28
The Haze (By: James W. Hall)
2016
29
Dead Dames Don't Sing (By: John Harvey)
2016
30
Reconciliation Day (By: Christopher Fowler)
2016
31
Hoodoo Harry (By: Joe R. Lansdale)
2017
32
The Pretty Little Box ( By: Charles Todd)
2018
33
The Caxton Private Lending Library & Book Depository (By: John Connolly)
2018
34
The Hemingway Valise (By: Robert Butler)
2018
35
The Last Honest Horse Thief (By: Michael Koryta)
2018
36
The Book Case (By: Nelson DeMille)
2012
37
From the Queen (By: Carolyn Hart)
2015
38
The Girl Who Did Say No (By: David Handler)
2020
39
The Traitor (By: Martin Edwards)
2022
40
The Dark Door (By: Lisa Unger)
2022
41
The Honeymoon Trap (By: Peter Swanson)
2022
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List of Lee Coburn Books in Publication Order (with Sandra Brown)

Features a tough, no-nonsense detective, Lee Coburn, who tackles high-stakes crime, corruption, and conspiracy, often putting his own life on the line to uncover the truth and protect the innocent.

List of The MatchUp Collection Books in Publication Order

The MatchUp Collection is a series of short stories where famous authors team up their well-known characters, such as Temperance Brennan and Jack Reacher in the same story.

# ReadTitle Avg. Year Book Link
1
Honor & ... (With: Sandra Brown)
2017
2
8
Deserves to Be Dead (By: John Sandford, Lisa Jackson)
2017
3
92017
4
Midnight Flame (By: Christopher Rice, Lara Adrian)
2018
5
Short Story (By: Karin Slaughter, Michael Koryta)
2019
6
Past Prologue (By: Diana Gabaldon, Steve Berry)
2019
7
9
Faking a Murderer (By: Lee Child, Kathy Reichs)
2019
8
2019
9
Taking the Veil (By: J.A. Jance, Eric Van Lustbader)
2019
10
Rambo on Their Minds (By: Gayle Lynds, David Morrell)
2019
11
Footloose (By: Val McDermid, Peter James)
2019
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List of C.J. Box Anthologies in Publication Order

# ReadTitle Avg. Year Book Link
1
The Best American Mystery Stories 2006
2006
2
Once Upon a Crime: An Anthology of Murder, Mayhem and Suspense
2009
3
6
Hook, Line & Sinister
2010
4
Mysterious Writers: The Many Facets of Mystery Writing
2010
5
8
Inherit the Dead
2013
6
The Highway Kind
2016
7
6
The Best American Mystery Stories 2017
2017
8
Murder, They Wrote: Five Bibliomysteries by Edgar Award-Winning Authors
2018
9
Gather at the River
2019
10
The Best American Mystery Stories 2020
2020
11
Birds of Prey: The Harlan Coben Challenge
2022
12
Killin’ Time in San Diego: Bouchercon Anthology 2023
2023
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C.J. Box: Biography

C.J. Box (Charles James Box Jr.) was born on November 9th, 1958 and is currently 65 years old. C.J. Box was born in Casper, Wyoming, USA. Box attended University of Denver where he received a B.A. Mass Communications.

C.J. Box is the author of the Joe Pickett series which currently consists of 24 novels. The Joe Pickett series started in 2001 with the novel Open Season. The most recently released novel in the Joe Pickett series was Three-Inch Teeth which was released in 2024. There are no upcoming novels for the Joe Pickett series.

C.J. Box (Charles James Box Jr.) has also written The Hoyt/Dewell series which has 6 books including Back of Beyond and The Highway.

C.J. Box is the winner of the Prix Calibre 38 Award, a prestigious award from France. Each year, the Wyoming Hospitality and Travel Coalition have a Big WYO award, which is presented to someone who they feel has did a very impressive job in regards to tourism for Wyoming. C.J. Box was the Big WYO winner in 2008.

The origins of the Joe Pickett series is an interesting one. It was initially planned as a serious novel on the Endangered Species Act, however gravitated into a mystery / thriller novel. It was initially intended to be a standalone novel and there were no actual plans to turn it into a series, however readers loved Joe Pickett and that convinced C.J. to write it as a series.

Several of Box's novels have been listed on The Real Book Spy website: They called Vicious Circle one of the Best Mystery/Crime Novels of 2017. For the following year in 2018, they called The Disappeared one of the best Mystery/Crime Thrillers. For 2019 it was Wolf Pack among the top 10 Mystery & Crime Thrillers. Dark Sky would be named one of the Best Thrillers of 2021 adding that it's riveting and impossible to put down.. In 2022 Shadows Reels was named one of the Best Thrillers of 2022 listing it among the Top 15 Best Mysteries, Crime, & Thrillers of Psychological Suspense novels of the year.

C.J. Box: Awards & Accolades

C.J. Box has won many awards including:

  • Open Season won the Barry Award, Best First Novel, in 2001 as well as the Anthony Award - Best First Mystery in 2002, Macavity Award - Best First Mystery in 2002, Gumshoe Award - Best First Novel in 2002.
  • Blue Heaven won the Edgar Award, Best Mystery Novel, in 2009.
  • Endangered won the Western Heritage Award, Best Western Novel, in 2016.
  • Badlands won the Barry Award, Best Novel, in 2016.
  • Off the Grid won the Spur Awards, Best Contemporary Western Novel, in 2017.
  • Breaking Point won the Maltese Falcon Society, Falcon Award, in 2021.
  • Dark Sky won the Spur Awards, Best Contemporary Western Novel, in 2022.

C.J. Box books have also been nominated for multiple awards, Open Season was nominated for the Los Angeles Times Book Prize, Best Mystery/Thriller, in 2001 as well as the Edgar Award - Best First Novel in 2002. Free Fire was nominated for the Lefty Award, Best LCC Regional Mystery, in 2008. Nowhere to Run was nominated for the Barry Award, Best Novel, in 2011. The Best American Mystery Stories 2020 was nominated for the Suspense Magazine Awards, Best Anthology, in 2020. Killin’ Time in San Diego: Bouchercon Anthology 2023 was nominated for the Anthony Award, Best Anthology / Collection, in 2024.

C.J. Box: Lists & Other Mentions

  • The Disappeared was a New York Times: #1 Fiction Best Seller in 2018.
  • Storm Watch was a New York Times: #1 Fiction Best Seller in 2023.

C.J. Box: TV/Movies Based on Books

The TV show Big Sky, which started airing on ABC in 2020, is based on the Cody Hoyt / Cassie Dewell series of novels, particularly The Highway. The show has aired for multiple years now, and has been nominated for many awards such as Best Action/Thriller TV Series in the Saturn awards. It won the 2021 and 2022 ReFrame Stamp award.

In 2021, a TV series based on the Joe Pickett novels was released on Spectrum Originals. It was called Joe Pickett. The actor Michael Dorman plays Joe Pickett, and it also stars Sharon Lawrence, Paul Sparks and Julianna Guill.

It is set in Saddlestring, Wyoming, and the first season of Joe Pickett was the highest watched TV series on Spectrum Originals.

Related Authors

The most common authors followed by users who also follow C.J. Box are:

  1. Michael Connelly, author of the Harry Bosch Series.
  2. David Baldacci, author of the Amos Decker Series.
  3. Lee Child, author of the Jack Reacher Series.
  4. John Grisham, author of the Jake Brigance Series.
  5. John Sandford, author of the Prey/Lucas Davenport Series.

C.J. Box: F.A.Q

When was C.J. Box Born? How old is C.J. Box?

C.J. Box was born on November 9th, 1958. C.J. Box is currently 65 years old.

Where was C.J. Box Born?

C.J. Box was born in Casper, Wyoming, USA and is American.

What book awards has C.J. Box won?

Open Season: Barry Award Best First Novel (2001), Anthony Award Best First Mystery (2002), Macavity Award Best First Mystery (2002), Gumshoe Award Best First Novel (2002).
Blue Heaven: Edgar Award Best Mystery Novel (2009).
Endangered: Western Heritage Award Best Western Novel (2016).
Badlands: Barry Award Best Novel (2016).
Off the Grid: Spur Awards Best Contemporary Western Novel (2017).
Breaking Point: Maltese Falcon Society Falcon Award (2021).
Dark Sky: Spur Awards Best Contemporary Western Novel (2022).

What was the first book C.J. Box wrote?

The first novel written by C.J. Box was Travel Smart: Montana, Wyoming, and Idaho, published in 1998.

What was the most recent book C.J. Box wrote?

His most recently released work was Three-Inch Teeth on February 27th, 2024.

Will there be any more books by C.J. Box?

C.J. Box does not have any upcoming books with a set publication date within the next few months at this time.

How many books has C.J. Box written?

C.J. Box has written 39 books across 12 series.
  • 24 books in the Joe Pickett Series
  • 4 Joe Pickett Short Stories/Novellas
  • 1 Joe Pickett Collections
  • 6 books in The Hoyt/Dewell Series
  • 3 Standalone Novels
  • 1 Non-Fiction Books
  • 1 book in the Bibliomysteries Series
  • 1 book in the Lee Coburn Series
  • 1 book in The MatchUp Collection Series

Why did the Joe Pickett TV show get canceled?

Prior to the 2021 Joe Pickett show on Spectrum Originals, there was a TV show in the works in 2016. However C.J. Box withdrew the project. He made a Facebook post around that time, stating they weren't happy with the direction that the series was moving in.

What does the C.J. stand for in C.J. Box?

Charles James.

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    Andrew M.
    Andrew M.
    2 years ago

    I started reading C.J Box’s books recently, and I was impressed with his excellent work.
    He is one of my best mystery writers to date.
    My favorite series is Joe Pickett, thanks to its Western setting with modern cowboys and outlaws.
    It’s irresistible to stop reading once you’ve started the series.
    Joe Pickett is my best character because of his intriguing nature.
    I enjoyed the Big Sky TV drama series based on Open Season, Blue Heaven, Nowhere To Run, and The Highway novels.
    The author uses easy and comprehensive prose in most of his work for any reader to understand.

    Kyler F
    Kyler F
    2 years ago

    I was introduced to CJ Box’s Joe Pickett series by a friend a couple of years ago and have been hooked on them since; while I have only read about half of the series so far, I am working my way to the newest releases. This series is a refreshing change of pace from usual law enforcement thrillers, as Box’s character is a game warden in Wyoming, meaning he runs into different sorts of characters in a much different environment than your usual urban-set series. Box’s use of fresh concepts and situations for his characters to get into as well as his descriptions of the native flora and fauna make each book stand out as fresh and intriguing. I have also tried the Cassie Dewell novels and found them to be an enjoyable series as well; the recent adaptation of these books, Blue Sky, has been an enjoyable watch and I look forward to the new season.

    Austin D.
    Austin D.
    2 years ago

    CJ Box is an incredible author and is a must read for those that love novels that keep you up way after your bedtime has past, turning the pages.

    Box’s Blue Heaven is a fantastic read, and I had a difficult time setting it down, as I needed to know what was going to happen next.

    Three Weeks to Say Goodbye is a tough yet good read that keeps you emotionally involved in what’s going on the entire time.

    These are just 2 excellent novels of his, but there are more I can assure you. He’s one of those authors that could read you the phone book, and somehow make it interesting.

    Edgar A.
    Edgar A.
    2 years ago

    I was looking for a list of books by CJ box ever since I read Blue Heaven which I have been told is one of his most popular works.
    While he did a fantastic job with Blue Heaven he blows everyone out of the water with the Joe Pickett series.
    Joe Pickett the lead is a game warden in Wyoming with a heart of gold who finds himself having to resolve all manner of conspiracies and mysteries.
    Set in Saddlespring a small town that overlooks the Bighorn Mountains one can almost feel and smell the crisp mountain air.
    What really stands out for me with this series as compared to the other works by Box is that it gets better over time as Pickett becomes a better detective.

    Teddy B.
    Teddy B.
    2 years ago

    C.J. Box’s book list includes the mind-blowing Joe Picket series. This widely successful series has helped him win several prestigious awards, including the Gumshoe Award, the Barry Award, and the Anthony Award.

    A personal favorite from this series is the debut novel called Open Season. Box’s wide popularity as an author of fiction can be judged from the fact that his books are available in 27 languages across the globe.

    I never miss a chance to get my hands on Box’s new releases and get lost in their storylines for hours.

    Many of his books have been listed on various bestseller lists, including the New York Times. One of Box’s books, The Highway, has been adapted into a TV series called Big Sky.

    Michael K.
    Michael K.
    2 years ago

    I still remember the day I discovered Joe Pickett. My brain refuses to accept that ‘Open Season’ came out in 2001. That was an entire lifetime ago. And yet, two decades later, C.J. Box is still churning out Joe Pickett novels.

    Back then, probably because of his name, I expected another Jack Reacher rip-off, a hard-boiled army vet with a plethora of addictions and vices. But Pickett wasn’t any of those things.

    The character was a game warden, which shocked me because I don’t read the synopses of the books I buy. All these years later, Pickett is just as entertaining as he was in 2001. I don’t know how long this series will last. But I will keep reading Box’s Pickett stories if he keeps writing them.

    Phil Ammar
    Phil Ammar
    7 months ago

    C.J. Box’s “Joe Pickett” series is very compelling. I had no idea that Game Wardens had so many bad dealings with the public. I thought most of them would be with wild animals. Box is very good at making the reader feel that they’re out there in the elements with Joe Pickett.

    Cindy M
    Cindy M
    7 months ago

    C.J. Box was another author I had a tough time getting into his books. Does anyone recommend one that might be more captivating from the start?

    Phil Ammar
    Phil Ammar
    Reply to  Cindy M
    6 months ago

    Hi Cindy. I recommend Cold Wind. I thought it was captivating from start to finish. Best wishes.

    Phil Ammar
    Phil Ammar
    6 months ago

    I just finished “Blood Trail”, one of the earlier books in the Joe Pickett series. It’s the fourth book in the series that I’ve read and it’s great.

    Procyon44
    Procyon44
    6 months ago

    I have read all the Joe Pickett books. I watched the Joe Pickett TV series (season one) on Paramount+ this year. I am still trying to decide if they are the same characters. There is something about the TV Joe that seems off or perhaps not what I expected. Maybe I was expecting a Anson Mount (Hell On Wheels) or a Robert Taylor (Longmire) type of actor. Nothing against Michael Dorman, but I have a difficult time relating to him being good old Joe Pickett.

    ConnieB
    ConnieB
    6 months ago

    I have read all of your Joe Pickett books, and have been known to re-read the entire series in anticipation of the next book. I’m leary of tuning into the TV series, but may eventually. I have built a Joe Pickett persona and have no wish to have the onscreen series not match it! I’ve also read several of your other series. Thank you fofr being such a prolific writer. I am very happy I discovered you and your books.

    Graeme
    Graeme
    Admin
    Reply to  ConnieB
    6 months ago

    I heard a lot of good things about the TV series actually. In saying that, Paramount+ surprisingly canceled it. So only the two seasons.

    Stacie
    Stacie
    5 months ago

    Love the Joe Pickett series. I’ve read several of CJ Box’s book and am loving all of them series and stand alone.

    Bookhorseman1970
    Bookhorseman1970
    4 months ago

    C J Box is one of the most awesome writers out there still writing today. His most recent books are as great as his very first one!

    Art
    Art
    3 months ago

    One of todays great story tellers, anticipating the release of the next book by the time I am almost done the last one.

    Cheryle Fisher
    Cheryle Fisher
    2 months ago

    I am so looking forward to reading Three-Inch Teeth. The publication date is this coming week and I hope to have the book in my hand to read ASAP! The Joe Pickett series is one of my favorites and have such timely content. Thank you for providing me with excellent reading material. Living near Billings, Montana the settings for your books are very familiar to me and add so much to the reading.

    Jeanot
    Jeanot
    2 months ago

    At first I was uncomfortable about joe Pickett being thought of as bad at his job but now I love him for being a more normal human being with faults.

    Lp
    Lp
    2 months ago

    I have read all of C.J. Box’s books and just finished Three-Inch Teeth.
    Thank you for being such an excellent entertaining writer.
    And I learned a lot about bears!☺️
    Some authors try to over describe a scene but you do it perfectly. For instance, “Paint had long ago been blasted off the exteriors of the empty single-family homes by grit filled wind and horizontal snowstorms“. I can see it, hear it, and feel it without it being overdone. Thank you.

    SSP
    SSP
    2 months ago

    I have read the entire Joe Pickett series and enjoyed each one. Have to admit I’m still trying to figure out if Joe is truly dim-witted with extremely good luck or has a silent intelligence that surfaces when necessary. His character is to be admired for his honesty and moral fiber. Three-inch Teeth was a good read, but I just couldn’t buy into the Mechanical Bear Assault Weapon. That was a weak point for me. Still love all the Joe Pickett support characters.

    Phil Ammar
    Phil Ammar
    2 months ago

    I just began my 16th of the 24 (so far) Joe Pickett series novels. You could say I’m a fan. 😉 C.J. Box has written a Joe Pickett novel each year for the past 24 years on top of the other books he writes. Now that’s dedication to a character. And Joe Pickett is a character that keeps me coming back for more.

    msdelisle
    msdelisle
    2 months ago

    I am working my way through the Joe Pickett books. I’ve only gotten to book 17. It seems everybody at my library wants to read what I’m reading. Joe Pickett is my favorite game warden.

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    saglink10@gmail.com
    1 month ago

    I just finished ‘Free Fire’ I have read about half of C. J. Box books & I love them all. Thank you for entertaining & educating me. I appreciate an author who does thorough resource & teaches me something. I especially liked learning how do respectfully dress an elk, flamers, the geology of Yellowstone,& it’s history.

    stalsma
    stalsma
    1 month ago

    Honor &… Not a fan of short stories but I’ve read everything else by C J Box so I decided to check these off too. Typical Joe Pickett. Even though short, it was worthwhile.

    Tom
    Tom
    1 month ago

    Three Inch Teeth biting quite well so far. I wish the author would write a few more books for the Hoyt/Dewell series which I liked really well.

    Last edited 1 month ago by Procyon44
    stalsma
    stalsma
    1 month ago

    Three Inch Teeth – latest book in the Joe Pickett series. Another good read that was hard to put down and spent time reading when I should have been doing other things that got put off for another day but that’s what tomorrow is for. Enough threads left hanging in the last chapter to tie up in another book. Hard to wait for those new books to come out!!

    Phil Ammar
    Phil Ammar
    29 days ago

    I just finished Free Fire and it’s an excellent novel. Just when you think you’ve figured it out it takes a twist and then a turn. And you’ll learn a lot about Yellowstone National Park, both good and bad.

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