Blood Trail (Compact Disc)
About the Author
C.J. Box is the author of more than a dozen novels including the award-winning Joe Pickett series. He's the winner of the Anthony Award, Prix Calibre 38 (France), the Macavity Award, the Gumshoe Award, the Barry Award, and an Edgar Award and "L.A. Times" Book Prize finalist. "Open Season" was a 2001 "New York Times" Notable Book. Box lives with his family outside of Cheyenne, Wyoming.
David Chandler (MBA University of Miami, FL and M.Sc. East Asian Business, University of Sheffield, UK) is the Associate Director of the Center for Nonprofit Management at the University of Miami. Since graduating with an undergraduate degree in American Studies: Politics & Government in 1991 (University of Kent, UK) he has divided his time between the U.S., UK, and Japan -- working in the fields of politics, education, and business. He speaks Japanese.
He has a track record of execution and unique achievement in overcoming barriers in a variety of cultural, business, and political environments at the highest levels. His accomplishments in recent years include: Winning the 2004 "Miami Herald" Student Business Plan Contest; inventing the Japanese translation of the world's best-selling word game "Scrabble"; publishing an award-winning book about the Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program -- the world's largest exchange program -- in its second edition in Japan and also translated into Japanese (http: //www.jetprogram.com/); securing a one-on-one meeting with Junichiro Koizumi, the Japanese Prime Minister, who wrote the forewords to the Japanese editions of his book; and acting as Japan agent for Chris Moon, internationally renowned motivational speaker and anti-landmine campaigner, who ran the Olympic torch into the Opening Ceremony stadium for the 1998 Winter Olympic Games.