Joe Pickett Rides Again in LONG RANGE

LONG RANGE, the 20th (!) Joe Pickett novel by C.J. Box, is out today!

Here’s what reviewers are saying:

“Clever plotting keeps this conspiracy yarn moving briskly, and the scenes depicting Nate’s abuse while in prison are harrowing. This is another top-flight crime yarn illustrating why Box’s readers are never happier than when Joe and Nate have reason to ‘get western.'” – Publishers Weekly

“After 19 hot-selling novels featuring low-key Wyoming game warden Joe Pickett, Box has secured his reputation as an author who can take this increasingly popular genre—the modern western—and make it do whatever he wants…Box handles it all with a clear, easy style that plays nicely against the pulse-pounding tension…[he] remains the gold standard among writers of modern western-mystery blends.” – Booklist

“If there was any doubt before, LONG RANGE proves once and for all that when it comes to crime fiction, C.J. Box owns the whole damn genre . . . and it’s not even close.” – The Real Book Spy

“LONG RANGE (with its surprise ending) shows Box has lost none of his punch as both he and Joe Pickett grow older.” – The Denver Post

“Box is adept at alternating and weaving together these plots and building suspense along the way. Sometimes the reader knows more than Joe, but not always…When it comes to western contemporary thrillers with intriguing characters, no one does it better than Box.” – The Columbus Dispatch

“Ah, you really gotta love a book that starts out on the back of a trail horse, ends with a trailing thread, and slams you around from mesa to hillside to canyon and everywhich where in between — which is to say, you’re gonna love LONG RANGE…the latest in a series that goes way back, but don’t let that deter you: you can read this novel first, last, or standalone. Just know that you should be out to get it.” – The Goshen News

And here are some early raves from readers:


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