Where can I find audio copies of C.J. Box books?

http://www.recordedbooks.com offers all the Joe Pickett books with the exception of Winterkill, which is offered by Brilliance Audio http://www.brillianceaudio.com).

Blue Heaven, Three Weeks to Say Goodbye, Back of Beyond, The Highway, Badlands and Paradise Valley are available here: http://us.macmillan.com/audio.aspx


When will the next book come out?

WOLF PACK, The 19th Joe Pickett novel, will be out in 2018. 


How can I get signed copies of C.J. Box novels?

Go to a book signing! The tour schedule is here: http://www.cjbox.net/appearances

If you're not able to make a signing or event, the next best way to get a signed book is to contact the bookstores where the events are held and request a signed copy prior to the signing.  If that won't work, contact stores that specialize in customer service and keep supplies of signed books. You can find that list here.


What about a movie or TV show?

Watch for an upcoming announcement soon.


What is the order of the Joe Pickett novels?

Open Season (2001)
Savage Run (2002)
Winterkill (2003)
Trophy Hunt (2004)
Out of Range (2005)
In Plain Sight (2006)
Free Fire (2007)
Blood Trail (2008)
Below Zero (2009)
Nowhere to Run (2010)
Cold Wind (2011)
Force of Nature (2012)
Breaking Point (2013)
Stone Cold (2013)
Endangered (2015)
Off The Grid (2016)

Vicious Circle (2017)

The Disappeared (2018)

Wolf Pack (2019)


What is the latest with foreign rights?

C.J. Box novels in one form or another in 27 countries/languages. Click here to view all foreign publishers.


I have a great idea for a novel! Would C.J. Box like to hear it, read it, talk about it, help me write it?

Congratulations on your great idea and all the best in writing the book. Due to legal and liability issues, C.J. Box cannot accept other author's work or discuss potential concepts or ideas.


How do you pick the locations for book signings? And how do I get you to do a signing near me?

The publisher schedules tour locations and events based on several factors, including the prominence of the bookstore, past sales of C.J. Box books, and travel logistics. If you are a book store that would like to be considered for a tour stop or other event, you can make a proposal to these fine folks:

Joe Pickett Novel Tours: Katie Grinch, Penguin/Putnam, 212/366-2547, kgrinch@penguinrandomhouse.com

Stand-Alone Novel Tours: Hector DeJean, St. Martins Press, 646-307-5560, hector.dejean@stmartins.com