My favorite Longmire book. The humor was a hoot and narrator was spot on.
Southern Sisters mysteries for humor.
His voice drips with Walt's dry humor and exasperation.
Only in Wyoming.
Just loved it.
I teach High School Theater and Fine Arts and still have hair! I am phenomenal!
I absolutely love George Guidall's voice and it has come to be the quintessential voice of Walt Longmire in my imagination.
I love Walt because of his heart and his spirituality but the Bear is such a compelling character. I also love Vic and her irreverent mouth!
Hands down, the first scene with Mr. Stewart being dragged off the roof by the rope attached to the car! Yah-huh!
I listen to every Longmire book when I get it until it is finished.
I highly recommend this book. It has more twists and turns than a sidewinder and is very well written and entertaining.
The nitwit kid running the junkyard, Duane, is a piece of work. The ensemble cast is rich and varied, and Mr. Johnson tells a great story.
I did not figure out who the bad guy was, and enjoyed the unmasking. And I loved the two junkyard guardians!
Mr. Guidall is a gifted voice actor, and can most definitely tell a story as if he were a host of actors.
I sure enjoy the humor in his stories. They are fun to listen to. Not too deep so you can be doing other things while listening. Great characters.
Once again, the person you least suspect is the one committing all the crimes. The sad little nothing person living on the fringes is the mastermind and has everything to gain. A few more books and no one will be alive in that part of Wyoming!
At this point in the series I would enjoy more new or unexpected rather than extreme events and twists but this world is still my escape from commuting and when the world needs to go away.