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The Highway by CJ Box — Win Your Copy!

Note: Every Wednesday, Sally and I hope to feature a book that one of us is reading–or a piece from my own writing. We’ll also be giving away a book or two or a box of them!

Purchased at Murder on the Beach, Delray Beach, FL

I will never ever stop at a truck stop again. Nope. No way. Not after reading THE HIGHWAY by CJ Box. And what’s so weird is that I’ve met CJ–we were guests at Murder and Mayhem in Muskego–and he seemed like such a sweet man. How could he have thought up such a horrifying plot?


I guess there was a lot of angst brewing under that big cowboy hat.


When two sisters set out across a remote stretch of Montana road to visit their friend, little do they know it will be the last time anyone might ever hear from them. The girls–and their car–simply disappear.

Former police investigator Cody Hoyt has just lost his job and has fallen off the wagon after a long stretch of sobriety. Convinced by his son and his former rookie partner, Cassie Dewell, to conduct a search, he begins the drive south to the girls’ last known location. As Cody makes his way to the lonely stretch of Montana highway where they were missing, Cassie discovers that Gracie and Danielle Sullivan aren’t the first girls who have disappeared in this area. This majestic landscape is tha hunting ground for a killer who viciousness is outmatched only by his intelligence. And he might not be working alone.

Time is running out for Gracie and Danielle. Can Cassie overcome her doubts and lack of experience and use her innate skill? Can Cody Hoyt battle his own demons and stop this killer before another victim vanishes on THE HIGHWAY?


Tell us what book scared the bejeebers out of you! You have until midnight, Sunday, September 1. We’ll use the random number generator and pick a commenter to win Joanna’s autographed copy of THE HIGHWAY. (I think there’s a smudge of blueberry jam on one page and one corner is dented because I was juggling too much stuff and dropped the book. Otherwise, it’s pristine!)

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