Thanks to all of you readers…

…the CLINT WOLF MYSTERY TRILOGY: BOXED SET has become an Amazon best-seller! Today alone it has sold nearly 3400 copies (and counting), and I cannot thank all of you enough!

Best SellerFurthermore, for a limited time, the Boxed Set is available for $0.99. That’s three full-length books, which consists of over 245,000 words and nearly 800 pages of mystery, suspense, and romance, combined into one tight electronic package for a steal of a deal.

Here’s what you’ll find inside the boxed set:


Embattled former detective Clint Wolf is the newly appointed police chief for Mechant Loup, a small swampy town in southeast Louisiana. Usually a quiet town, the tranquility of the place is shattered when a human arm is found in the jowls of an alligator. Once it’s determined the arm belongs to a reputable business owner, the race is on to find the man and figure out what happened to him. Little does Clint know that solving the case could unearth a plot so evil it would go down as the worst event in Louisiana history . . . and he might not live to see it.


When a woman is found dead on her doorsteps—shot through the heart with an arrow—Clint Wolf and Susan Wilson go to work trying to track down the sadistic killer. On the very next day, a second victim is murdered in his driveway (killed in the same manner) and it’s now a race against time to uncover the motive behind the killings and identify the murderer. What they know so far is that he’s a skilled archer preying on human targets, and they have no clue where he’ll strike next.

As though the case itself isn’t complicated enough, the district attorney has launched a grand jury investigation into Susan’s actions during a shooting that saved Clint’s life. No one knows exactly why the DA is gunning for Susan, but one thing is crystal clear . . . it’s personal.


No one knows why the district attorney is gunning for Susan Wilson, but Clint Wolf is determined to find out—even if it’ll get him in trouble. While he works to clear Susan’s name, his crusade is sidelined when a bar manager is murdered during an apparent armed robbery. The method of operation is eerily similar to those used by the ruthless gang who killed his family, and Clint might soon have to face down the demons from his past to solve the mystery.

Will Clint walk that fine line between good and evil, or will he abandon his principles to settle an old score? Whatever choice he makes, one thing is certain . . . it’ll come at a hefty price.

Thanks again to all of you for making this book such a hit!


4 thoughts on “Thanks to all of you readers…

  1. I just read this series of books and was very impressed. I loved the characters and story line. I laughed a little and cried a lot. I live in a small town in WY where we know each other and each others business. That’s one thing I like about this story.

    I read about a book a day. I will probably read all of your books now.

    1. Thank you, Marie! I really appreciate your note. You made my day. 🙂

      Coincidentally, my son is attending law school in UT and he plans on living in WY when he graduates. My daughter and I drove up with him when he first moved to UT in August, and then she and I flew back home. Since I’d fallen in love with WY through CJ Box’s novels and watching LONGMIRE, we took time out to drive to Evanston one afternoon and ate at Tumblin Tumbleweeds. It was really nice and I plan on returning during the summer of 2018 to visit Yellowstone National Park.

      Thanks again for the nice note. You really made my day!


  2. Hi B.J.
    Just read the Clint Wolf trilogy “But Not F……” enjoyed them and will do more.
    Been following and reading James Lee Burke,Tony Dunbar, Robert Casis and a few more Louisiana Swamp writers in addition to several dozen others I enjoy. Having roots back to Opelousas and growing up in Port Arthur I like reading of places I been during my life.

    bud richards aka. Richard,

    1. Hey, Bud,

      Thanks for reading my books and for reaching out. I really appreciate it.

      Small world–I drive through Opelousas every year when I take my daughter camping in the Kisatchie National Forest, I have family who live in Port Arthur, and when I worked in detectives my captain was named Bud.

      Thanks again for reaching out.


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