A Joe Pickett novel from #1 New York Times-bestselling author C.J. Box. 

Six years ago, Joe Pickett's foster daughter, April, was murdered. Now, someone is leaving phone messages claiming to be the dead girl. As his family struggles with the disturbing event, he discovers that the calls have been placed from locations where serious environmental crimes have occurred. And as the phone calls grow closer, so does the danger.


The reviews are in...

"...the pace is relentless...fascinating...heroic...Box has become one of the West's most anticipated storytellers."

The Denver Post

 

"... modern Western thrillers that in effect have relaunched the genre...."

Bookreporter

 

"...fast-paced...Below Zero is the best of the series..."

Deseret News

 

" C.J. Box has created a large and loyal fan base with his Joe Pickett series..."

San Diego Union-Tribune

 

"Follow the long road to redemption in CJ Box's high octane Joe Pickett thriller...and see why he keeps on winning awards ..."

Madison County (MS) Herald

 

"... Unpredictable and thought-provoking, this is the best Pickett novel yet ..."

Billings Gazette

 

"...The best one yet. Beautifully written and constructed..."

Barnes & Noble Review Spotlight 
 

"The book's plot operates on two sensational story lines...Box introduces truth through fiction..."

Lexington Herald-Leader
 

"...Pickett -- one of the most appealing men in popular fiction, a laid-back, good-natured guy until he's riled, and then ..."

Chicago Tribune

 

"...spectacular...won't disappoint those with a penchant for thrills mired in deeper matters of conscience."

Milwaukee Express

 

"...tightly written...keeps the reader off balance with a series of plot twists as startling as anything on TV's "24."

Associated Press

 

Murder Well Done...

The New York Times Book Review

 

"...The gold standard...addictive"

Library Journal *STARRED REVIEW*

 

"...A successful blend of the two things Box does best..."

Booklist

 

"...This relentlessly paced powder keg of a thriller could be Box’s best to date."

Publishers Weekly *STARRED REVIEW*