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From C. J. Box, the New York Times bestselling author of the Joe Pickett novels, comes a thrilling book of suspense stories about the Wyoming he knows so welland the dark deeds and impulses that can be found there.
Over the course of eighteen books, C. J. Box has been consistently hailed for his brilliant storytelling, rich in character, suspense, and sense of place. That same brilliance is exemplified in the ten riveting storiesthree of them never before publishedthat make up Shots Fired.
In One-Car Bridge,” one of four Joe Pickett stories, Pickett goes up against a just plain mean” landowner, with disastrous results. In Shots Fired,” his investigation into a radio call nearly ends up being the last thing he ever does. Pirates of Yellowstone,” features two Eastern European tough guys who find out what it means to be strangers in a strange land, and in Le Sauvage Noble,” the stranger is a Lakota in Paris who enjoys playing the noble savage” for the French womenuntil he meets Sophie. Then he discovers what savage” really means.
Shots Fired is proof once again why Box is a force to be reckoned with” (Providence Journal).
C. J. Box is the author of fourteen Joe Pickett novels including Breaking Point, Force of Nature, and Cold Wind. He has won the Anthony, Macavity, Gumshoe and Barry awards, as well as the French Prix Calibre .38, and has been an Edgar Award and Los Angeles Times Book Prize finalist, all for the Pickett novels. He has also won the Edgar Award for best novel for his first stand-alone, Blue Heaven. A Wyoming native, Box has worked on a ranch and as a small-town newspaper reporter and editor, and lives outside Cheyenne with his family. His books have been translated into twenty-five languages.