Yes, if they were following Walt Longmire but this retro story is not so good.
Walt is the best in this book
I missed Henry and the other current characters. After the previous book and it outcome there was no follow up in this one and I found that disapppointing.
The drama and the development of the relationship with Walt and Vick.
Also, that Henry had a bigger role.
Yes, I couldn't figure it out completely and still find loose ends that I wonder about.
Of course, Vick and Walt at the end of the book.
Need to keep this relationship developing after the tragedy.
Longmire continues to attract me. He is complex and spiritual without being pretentious.
Longmire and Henry
Plot kept me there but it needed to be digested with each twist and turn so I liked it better as something to savor over time.
Craig Johnson has done well with this character. I like that he develops Longmire in each book and want more of Henry.
Outcome was easy to predict. Dialogue was off putting and banal.Liked the tough woman cop but she needs more depth.
Michael Connelly is a better writer and his characters both male and female are more real and have more depth.
Would not choose book for her reading but wouldn't reject if the story was good.
Don't know if I would listen to a J. D. Robb again. She is better as Nora Roberts.
Funny and enjoyable. Kept my interest and I like the characters.
Want more of these two main characters and Jake.
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