In this ninth installment in the award-winning and New York Times best-selling Walt Longmire mystery series, the Wyoming sheriff follows his cowboy code of ethics in a religious range war that strikes a little too close to home.
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Another wonderful addition to the series! I plan on reading the next volume and look forward to discovering what will happen to Sheriff Longmire's romantic life.
As these are now my favorite books, I am not disappointed. Living in Nebraska and having the references to such, made me smile. I love the narrator, he puts me in the story, which is why I read (or in this case listen).
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I enjoy the western setting. The characters are all interesting. Well read. Can't find a reason to take away a star.
This is the best of the Walt Longmire series I've read so far. Plot, character development, intrigue, Humor, wit and adventure, and the exquisite reading by George Guidall. It has it all.
Not sure. Good listen. Not my favorite subject matter. I don't understand why people loose themselves completely in these religious cults. Walt as usual saves the day.
The whole compound religious sect thing has been done many times but it's the characters and storyline that add that little twist.
As usual he brings the characters to life and he's true to these character with each performance. Bravo!!!!!!!
I hate to see such weakness in people to follow so blindly so it wasn't one of my favorite story lines but the reader does keep you listening.
My name is Richard and I am an addict.
Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes and yes again. I wanted to hate this book because of its genre but couldn't bring myself to even put it down. Great writing, great characters, great research, what more can be said about this great book in a great series.
No F...ing Way!
Probably my favorite line ever performed by a narrator. Well played good sir.
Yes. Done. Enough said.
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I'm not a prude but I found the undersecretary's constant use of the 'fucking' in everyday speech distracting to the story. The hero does not require constant cussing to show his competence. Really it is like the author thinks the only way to have a strong woman character is for her to use shocking language when no one else does...it is so distracting that I am not going to finish listening and try to return it.
I won't try this author again
very pleasant voice
the story was slow moving and the hero's motivation was murky but that may be because I got a book in the middle of the series.
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