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Published March 05, 2019
The University of Wyoming’s American Heritage Center (AHC) will host noted Wyoming author C.J. Box for his latest novel, “Wolf Pack,” Wednesday, March 20.
The author will be in the AHC’s Stock Growers Room at noon as he debuts the latest novel in the Joe Pickett series. There will be a talk and book signing, with copies of the novel sold at the site by the University Store.
Parking at the AHC is free for those who register at the front desk. The event is free and open to the public. No audio or video recordings or flash photography will be permitted during the event.
“Wolf Pack” is the latest installment in Box’s New York Times best-selling series featuring Wyoming game warden Pickett. Teaming up with a female game warden, Pickett confronts assassins and finds himself in the most dangerous challenge he has ever faced.
In addition to 19 Pickett novels, Box has published five stand-alone novels and a story collection. A native of Wyoming, Box also has worked as a newspaper reporter and editor. He currently lives outside Cheyenne with his family. The AHC also serves as the home of Box’s personal archives.