Blue Heaven Continues To Shine

We were very pleased to find this nice review from Down Under:

The master of the regional western thriller, C.J. Box departs from his irresistible Wyoming game warden series in this new stand-alone novel. And it’s as classy, elegiac and as affecting as any of those wonderful Joe Pickett stories. Two children witness a murder in North Idaho at an idyllic place called Blue Heaven, named by certain Los Angeles cops because so many of them have retired there. Sixty-three-year-old rancher Jesse Rawlins, divorced and battling to hang on to his property but still the conscience of the valley, is their unexpected saviour.
Heartbreak and redemption in a gorgeous western setting.

And it seems that The Australian isn’t the only one who’s keen on BLUE HEAVEN — it’s going to be a Book Sense Notable selection in June!


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