From Craig Johnson, author of the acclaimed novel The Cold Dish, comes this enthralling Sheriff Longmire mystery. With a distinctive literary flair, Johnson leads us into the wide open space of Absaroka County, Wyoming.
Listen to all of Craig Johnson's Walt Longmire mysteries.
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"Johnson combines a vivid sense of the dailiness of life--and the way human relationships take root in that dailiness--with a sure--handed touch for jolting both his characters and his readers out of their comfort zones and deep into harm's way. It's hard to ask for more in a literary mystery." (Booklist)
Great book. Enjoyed the characters (except the Maggy thing got boring --legs, lips and lipstick - her lines struck me as Harlequin Romance for Men) but it was a great plot. Kept my attention and I plan to get the others in the series.
This is a plea to Mr. Johnson to write more of these stories. I enjoy them from cover to cover...can't get enough.(See my reviews of his other books)
Death without Company is a book about the west and the folks who live and love it. The strength of the characters, their loyalty to each other, and personal common sense are true to Wyoming as I've know it. This is terrific audio book, and I look forward to many more of Craig Johnson's fine work.
Fantastic read. Enjoyed the humor through out.
One surprise after other, I love this book Lucian with many secrets....wow amazing story
Lucian, but I don't want to spoil why. Just read it or listen this book is great
I Think Mr Guidall personify each character perfectly is better than the TV show (very disappointing)
Incredible word usage
The descriptions of the confrontations makes it feel like we are there.
As I have said previously said, George makes you believe that he is Sheriff Longmire.
Live as a bully and die because of it.
I Wish that I had read them in order. Thing that happen in one book continue into others.
Cannot say only had audio
Down to earth western
Guidalls performance as always was great
If a western fan or a Craig Johnson fan this is a must .
After patiently listening to the first Walt Longmire novel, I purchased the second book in the series hoping it would be better. After listening to half the book, I no longer care about the story or what happens to the characters. It takes FOREVER for this author to tell a story! If you like wandering plot lines, dead ends, and underwhelming climaxes, then I can recommend the book.
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