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"Full of crackling dialogue, this absorbing tale demonstrates that Longmire is still the sheriff in town." (Publishers Weekly)
The scene shifts were exceptionally well done and effectively fanned the flames of interest and intrigue. The insight into what we used to refer to as "Post Vietnam Nam syndrome" before PTSD became the acceptable diagnosis, is well described and tastefully presented.
"If you like the series, you'll love the books. If you've never read or watched either, do both immediately!"
Great books! Downloading the next one now:) the tv series has some major differences but is really good too. I love both!!!
But still good. Loved the Vietnam flashbacks! I like the characters becoming more fleshed out too
George Guidall has the perfect easy speaking voice that fits the character of Longmire and Henry is the best in his roll.
I am a big fan of this series of books and I loved the contrast of his time in Vietnam along with his current life and how it influenced his decisions. Well written and very well read.
a dislocated Wyoming girl, living life Off-the-Grid as a self-employed artisan in Alaska makes for a content human....
Once again I got to travel home to Wyoming with author Craig Johnson's , Sheriff Walt Longmire. This time a murder from today kept dragging him back to Vietnam, and his war time experiences. The distant thread tightened til both stories were entwined. Very enjoyable back and forth, and even though this reader is not at all pleased with the recent entanglement of Walt, and his deputy from PA, it has to be dealt with. I'm happy to see Walt seems to be as uncomfortable with it, as I was reading about it. Like so often happens when a good man from Wyoming encounters a gal from somewhere else, it usually makes for strange bedfellows.
Love these books. It's like coming home to old friends when a new book comes out. The writing and the reading, are top notch. Long live Walt Longmire!
Mr. Guidall is pitch perfect in all his narrations. If anything, he just gets better. Between him and Dick Hill, that is the cream of the crop for narrators.
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