Listened to this book because I'm a fan of the t.v. series and was pleasantly surprised that the book followed a much different plot line. I love the main characters, and you get more personal details from the book. The narrator did a good job, but his versions of female characters was a stretch.
This was the first book I read by Craig Johnson. It exceeded my expectations and was very well written, as well as being very entertaining.
Engaging, engrossing and entertaining. The only flaw was in Guidall's otherwise excellent narration and could have been eliminated with a trip to Wyoming's Absaroka Mountain Range, where he would have learned that the name is pronounced Ab-SOR-ka.
Cold Dish by Craig Johnson held my attention. The story came to life. The narration was exceptional!
Unfortunately, these situations happen to people. Their hearts have been broken and their view of life damaged. They were robbed of their innocence.
I wish the sherif had somehow reconnected with his daughter. Perhaps even a intermittent dialogue could have been weaved into the store line to reflect a positive, loving father-daughter relationship.
This one had me hooked from the get-go. Great characters, intricate plot that I never figured out. Indian spirituality was bit much, but I "suspended my disbelief" and went with it. Highly recommended.
Professional female with little time for the fun things (cooking, reading and traveling)!
Really liked this book. Would have given out a perfect score except the voice of the narrator, who was excellent but was not "my Longmire", and sounded too old to me...I was a big fan of the TV series, so the wrong voice was a little jarring. Otherwise, I highly recommend this book. Witty, intelligent fiction.
I have been an avid Lee Child, Harlan Coban, Vince Flynn fan and this was as good or better than any of those authors
Walt and his humor
I can't pick one because they all left me smiling
If anyone wanted a good, never want to stop, listen, this is it.
I'm one of those people that can see how the movie or book will end in the first 15 minutes. I'm not a person who watches moves or reads books constantly, not obsessed with authors or script writers. It's just I recognize patterns when a contrived storyline has a limited number of minutes to find resolution which marks the story as artificial in nature. Life can not be contrived, and follows patterns that are only fractal and natural in origin and ending. What I like about this character that Johnson has created is that the word he lives in is more defined but also more closely follows the real. In the opportunity then becomes this, how will a normal character with above average skill and perception, handle both the extraordinary and mundane in a crisis.
Loved the story, thanks Craig.