The descriptions of the Wyoming area put me right there. Since I'm from Utah, I've been to some of the areas mentioned in the book and this made it much more captivating. The story had a nice twist, but it was predictable, but still very entertaining. I highly recommend this book! I could envision Tom Beringer playing the part of the sheriff if it were made into a movie with all the clever quips and humor in the story.
Wow! Some of the descriptive scenes were pretty brutal, but necessary to depict the story to completion. Well written and suspenseful! I enjoy CJ Box involves Joe Pickett's family in each book and describes how much bureaucracy there is within the departments of his job and the chain of command involved with his position as a Wyoming game warden. Each book of the Joe Pickett series gets better and better!
Every book in the Joe Pickett series gets better and better! I enjoy CJ Box and his descriptive writing and very good story lines. This book did not disappoint, in fact it made me want to finish the entire series right away. A very good read!
This book enlightens the reader on some of the ways each department of the US government handle situations involving crimes in the wilderness. Very informative read! CJ Box is an awesome writer and the Joe Pickett series are very captivating. All of his family are mentioned in each book and he involves them in his stories which I like. I recommend this series to anyone that enjoys vast countryside descriptions of Wyoming along with a well written story.
My husband and I really enjoy these stories while driving. They are well written and very descriptive and aren't easy to figure out "who done it" which we like. Unpredictable and very enjoyable.
Very suspenseful and the story was well written, but it wasn't a story that I enjoyed or liked. The reader was awesome. However, I will try Dept. Q book 2, to see if that story is more to my liking.
Author Craig Johnson is one of my favorites! I have enjoyed the series and hope for more! This book is about modern life in Wyoming with the oil field, Cheyenne nation and the unlawful branch off of the LDS church. George (the reader) should of done his homework on the LDS religion and Utah, he mispronounced several common words in the west. Other than that, the story was well written and did not disappoint! As always, I enjoy the humor, vast descriptions and the characters in this series. Keep 'em coming Mr. Johnson!
A good tale about a boy growing up and all the obstacles, good and bad experiences, good and bad choices. The unabridged version is really long, the author takes a long time to get to a point, especially at the end. Rushes through some things and drags out others. However it is a good story, EXCELLENT reader!! Just way to long!
The humor and characters in this story will reel you in! Craig Johnson is a very descriptive writer and I enjoy his style. These Walt Longmire series are favorites of me and my husband. I enjoy his interactions with "the locals" in this book. The story will take a twist, a double meaning in the title!
Good story about being yourself. Gives an insight on how some highly intelligent men are treated unfairly in social arenas. The story is likable especially when Don realizes his own social short comings. Rosie, is a project Don has taken on to help find her father and she teaches him about "real life" in several social settings. It's a fun listen.
It was a good listen, the language was a bit crude but I guess it was needed to portray the characters particular moods each time. A love story gone bad. The readers were exceptionally good! It was a captivating story with twists, however, I didn't like the ending at all.
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