Authors similar to C.J. Box
CJ Box's top 10 US crime novelists who 'own' their territory
Last week, I talked about my tagline as an Alaska wilderness mystery author and discussed my efforts to find my ideal readers. I use a setting I know and understand in my novels, and this setting happens to be the wilderness of Kodiak Island where I live. To understand my place in the mystery genre as a wilderness mystery author, I had to find other wilderness mystery authors and see how my books compare to theirs. This list is by no means an exhaustive; it is only a beginning. I ask you to add to my list by leaving a comment at the end of this post. Nevada Barr : The queen of the genre in my opinion. Her first Anna Pigeon mystery was published in , and she has since written 18 additional books in the series.
C. J. Box's Wyoming game warden Joe Pickett may be the best known of the Like Maine in Doiron's novels, the Wyoming high country is a.
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If you like C. Box , try these authors: how we choose these read-alikes. Nevada Barr. Nevada Barr is an award-winning novelist and New York Times best-selling author. She has a growing number of Anna Pigeon mysteries to her credit as well as numerous other books, short stories, and articles. She currently
US bestsellers, they have been translated into 21 languages. Box lives with his family outside Cheyenne, Wyoming. Visit his website at www. Buy CJ Box books at the Guardian bookshop. Solving the crime is simply a vehicle to travel through the territory. Reading the best crime novels about specific locations by authors who live there and own their home turf is like visiting with the ultimate know-it-all guide who moonlights as a voyeur.