More Praise for IN PLAIN SIGHT

Back from his book tour, Chuck is still racking up the good reviews.

The Billings Gazette says:

…any mystery fan who enjoys a contemporary Western setting can get drawn in just by reading the opening page of “In Plain Sight” and still find a rich read.Just be warned, you’ll want to keep the lights burning to see if your theories on resolution of the many mysteries in the book hold true — and you’ll be inspired to seek out those earlier Pickett books to learn more of his past and to savor Box’s writing. also has some fine praise:

The Pickett novels, at heart, are not so properly classified as mysteries or works of suspense as they are modern westerns, in the finest sense of that term. Arguably, Box is steadily staking his claim as the heir apparent to such masters of the genre as Zane Gray and Louis L’ Amour. IN PLAIN SIGHT is the strongest argument to date in favor of that proposition.


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