Listen to all of Craig Johnson's Walt Longmire mysteries.
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"The quick pace and tangled web of interconnected crimes will keep readers turning pages." (Publishers Weekly)
Maybe not. These are entertaining, but seem to be a bit lacking in series development. I'm finding them increasingly similar.
I found the ending a bit predictable.
The scene when his daughter awakens is very well done.
The Walter Longmire character seems to have been written for George Guidall. He has it nailed, and has since the first page of
Cannot say as I have not purchased the print version.
I have two actually; Walt and Vic.
I think it fair to say that George Guidall does an excellent job bringing each character to life.
Loved the story. One of my favorite parts was when Vic joined Walt in Philadelphia and ... I'm not going to give that part of the story away for those who haven't read it. All in all, another great story.
Discovered the series when looking for audio books narrated by George Guidall. I have listened to numerous books and sincerely appreciate hearing George's voice. He's like the slightly worn blanket that you come to love. Thank you Mr. Guidall, and thank you Mr. Johnson for an excellent series.
Kept my interest throughout!
What's NOT to like about a George Guidall performance?!!
I really enjoy the Walt Longmire books set in Wyoming. I enjoy the highly-educated rural sheriff and his best friend Henry Standing Bear. This is my least favorite of the series because he is out of his element in Philadelphia. It may have been interesting for the author to send the sheriff to Philly, but the location of the rest of the series is one of its charms. Read the rest of the series first and save this for when you need a fix of Longmire.
George Guidall is one of my favorite narrators.
George Guidell partly. I enjoy all of his books
The characters. Perhaps too it's because years ago I lived in Wyoming and looking back is a wonderful so I enjoy everything about the location.
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I would recommend this book to anyone who is interested in a great story.
Sherif Walt Longmier (sp?) - the main character
I could listen to George read the phonebook.
Yes. I wanted to listen to the book in one sitting but I get anxious the closer I get to the end. I am really sad now because I have read all of them.
Craig Johnson has created a set of characters the I feel like are my friends. Who would have thought that I would grow to love a sherif, his Native American best friend and his assistant sherif (from Philly), like good friends. I adore these books.
The reader really evokes the sounds of the places in the tale.
Yes, if you love Craig Johnson, you will enjoy this book.
He becomes Walt Longmire.
Not possible for me.
Can't wait to read more of the Longmire stories...Compelling drama with well developed characters...glad to find a new author!
I listen to audio books while working.
That's all -- we enjoyed every one of his books and want both writer and narrator (such a good match for the character) to continue to be made into audio.
I like this series. For some reason I like to listen to them in the cold months. Maybe it is the whole Wyoming connection.
The whole episode with Vic seems a little improbable, unnecessary, and may become a problem in future episodes. I would have liked to hear more about daddy Vic. It might explain deputy Vic having Daddy issues that play out with Walt. But we all have our flaws.
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