"Off the Grid," "Three Weeks to Say Good-bye" and "Nowhere to Run" are books written by C.J. Box. Charles James Box Jr. is a bestselling American author who has written 18 novels. He has won the Edgar Alan Poe Award for Best Novel, the Macavity Award, the Barry Award and many other awards.
"Off the Grid" is about Nate Romanowski being off the grid, recovering from wounds and attempting to deal with past crimes. He is confronted by a team of special operators wanting to make a deal. They need help destroying a terror cell in the Red Desert, and they'll clear his criminal record if he helps. Joe Pickett finds out that the team has a different plan.
"Three Weeks to Say Good-bye" is about Jack and Melissa McGuane adopting a baby named Angelina, but then it's discovered that the teenage birth father never signed away his parental rights, and he wants her. His father is a judge in Denver and wants him to take responsibility, and when Jack and Melissa have a meeting with them, they notice something alarming about them.
"Nowhere to Run" is about Joe Pickett's last week as game warden in Baggs, Wyoming, and him dealing with things he had never dealt with before. There are weird things happening in the surrounding mountains, including reports of camps being looted, elks butchered and tents slashed. There is also a hopeful Olympic runner who had been training in the region missing.