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A Serpent's Tooth Audiobook

A Serpent's Tooth: A Walt Longmire Mystery, Book 9

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Publisher's Summary

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.

©2013 Craig Johnson (P)2013 Recorded Books

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    Emily 10-21-15
    Emily 10-21-15 Member Since 2017
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    "Best Book Yet!"

    I loved this book. Think it is my favorite so far! Great mix of mystery action and character interactions. Super funny in parts- I laughed out loud.

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    Amazon Customer 10-01-15
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    "Another great story by Craig Johnson"

    All the Longmire stories by Craig Johnson have been great listening, this story has been no different. The narration by George Guidall has been outstanding! The production of all the stories has been great too. You won't go wrong getting this one.

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    Kevin Austin, TX 09-07-15
    Kevin Austin, TX 09-07-15 Member Since 2015
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    "Walt Longmire"

    Craig Johnson writes great dialogue and George Guidall provides excellent narration. These stories are fun and a bit silly of course. Walt Longmire is the Worst law-enforcement officer ever! He breaks or bends many more laws than he enforces. You have to be willing to suspend common sense and reality at times but these stories are saved by Craig Johnson's excellent ability to create captivating dialogue for the characters in his stories and it doesn't hurt to have a great narrator to boot.

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    Cheryl Branham 08-12-15 Member Since 2015
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    "Interesting."

    I lived in Casper, Wyoming and Cheyenne, Wyoming for 5 years. It took me a while to see the beauty. It really is a beautiful,raw, and strong country

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    Renae Eagle Mountain, UT, United States 07-25-15
    Renae Eagle Mountain, UT, United States 07-25-15 Member Since 2011
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    "Love the Longmire Heart"
    Where does A Serpent's Tooth rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

    While not my favorite in Johnson's series, I still enjoy everything about Walt, Henry, and even the potty-mouthed Victoria. The warmth and humor of these characters makes me yearn for their company when I'm not with them. This story of a "polygamous lost boy" is a tender one. Just sad that the past and the present practices of Mormons continue to exist in a blender. Nevertheless, I'm not a thin-skinned Mormon who can't laugh at a bit 'o ribbing. I'll keep reading as long as Craig Johnson keeps writing!


    What does George Guidall bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

    And George - what can I say? He is one of my top top top narrators and brings every single character - male or female - to life, capturing every nuance of each personality. I've chosen to listen to some titles just because George reads the stories. He makes even "okay" books better.


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    Kelly 07-13-15
    Kelly 07-13-15
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    "Great story"

    I liked the story, the mystery and the romance. My favorite so far. Ridiculous rules for reviewing make not want to ever review again.

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    GrandmaBlondie Midwest 06-22-15
    GrandmaBlondie Midwest 06-22-15 Member Since 2017
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    "Great listen. George Guidall is fantastic"

    Interesting story with a lot of twists and turns. I liked it so much more than the TV series!

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    Larjane Broken Arrow, OK, US 06-04-15
    Larjane Broken Arrow, OK, US 06-04-15 Member Since 2013
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    "It's Always Something"

    Cults and oil; no-goodnicks and fraud. Story curled up in another story. You never know if Walt will make it home. Someone is always gunning for him. If it weren't for Henry and Vick, I don't know where he would be. Truth will out!

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    Tech Mann 05-29-15
    Tech Mann 05-29-15
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    "Always, ALWAYS, a great yarn, a great listen"

    Walt, Vic, and Bear encounter a runaway who appears to come from a polygamous splinter group with new settlements in Wyoming and South Dakota. Characters abound, and you'll listen far beyond your available time to hear what happens in this Longmire installment.

    I'm, once again, amazed at Johnson's creative genius and story-telling. How he sustains his quality with each book is a mystery to me.

    George Guidall is the consummate character life-infusing genius. The actor is blessed with gifts of a voice that brings to life all the nuances of the Longmire crew, the people of Durant, Wyoming, and a host of antagonists, including a "Jabba-the Hut"-like cult leader.

    Listen up!!

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    james 04-22-15
    james 04-22-15 Member Since 2015
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    "What the heck did I just read?"

    I typically enjoy a Longmire novel, but this one was unfulfilling. The story was muddled. Started off in one direction as an interesting exposition of a cult and a runaway boy and his lost mother and then that was all thrown over for a story about CIA and oil. The mother is hardly in the story, as is the boy by the end, tacked on as an afterthought. Implausible and frustrating story.

    George Guidall is always amazing. Craig Johnson however, is evidently not as consistent.

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