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Publisher's Summary

Craig Johnson's mystery stories have earned him an esteemed position in the pantheon of contemporary crime novelists. In this fourth installment, Longmire is called to investigate a dead Vietnamese girl found along the Wyoming highway.
Listen to all of Craig Johnson's Walt Longmire mysteries.
©2008 Craig Johnson; (P)2008 Recorded Books,LLC

Critic Reviews

"Full of crackling dialogue, this absorbing tale demonstrates that Longmire is still the sheriff in town." (Publishers Weekly)

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Would you listen to Another Man's Moccasins again? Why?

Yes I would listen to Another Man's Moccasins again. I read many series and I do not purchase all of the novel's at once. By the time I buy the last book in the set, I'm ready to start again and read from the beginning.

Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?

Yes, the plot did keep me on the edge of my seat. Craig Johnson writes so well and is able to develop the plot in such a way that the reader is not aware. The character's all have their place in the plot and they all contribute so well, to making the plot work. It is so much fun to listen to the plot being written in such a orderly but pleasant way. His writing reads along and the reader does not get all mixed up. I want to read until the end.

What about George Guidall’s performance did you like?

George Guidall's performance makes the listen very enjoyable. The way he can modulate the voice nuances needed for each of the character's is an art form.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

Walk together, feel the truth!

Any additional comments?

I am so happy that I began to listen to this series. Each book only makes the listener want more.

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Always Good!

Would you listen to Another Man's Moccasins again? Why?

Yes, i enjoy Craig Johnsons writings and I enjoy listening to George Guidall read them!

What was one of the most memorable moments of Another Man's Moccasins?

When the Indian prisoner in the county jail told Walt what the initials BPS stood for. Priceless!

Which character – as performed by George Guidall – was your favorite?

Standing Bear

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes. I want to do all of Craig Johnsons's books this way - listen in one sitting. I now purchase the Kindle version as well as the audible version.

Any additional comments?

Good job Craig and George!

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You Can Feel The Big Horn Mtns

What can I say. Craig spins a wonderful story and Guidall is the absolute perfect voice to bring Craigs genius out. Every time I log onto Audible I have to see whether there is another Longmire tale awaiting me.

Come on Craig. I need another one.

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  • Elizabeth
  • Cameron, TX, United States
  • 12-26-11

another great listen from Johnson and Guidall

Even when they are bit off peak performance the Walt Longmire series are great stories, head and shoulders above most other books published each year. Just like Chinese food, when you are finished with one book you savor and recall the meal, then start looking for the next feast.

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good writing goes un punished

Johnson writes with polished prose. In places, the narrative passages have the texture of short poems. His use of language suggests a skill long forgotten by many authors. The major plots are carefully braided and crafted into a rope that binds one to the story. Once started, you can not put it down. This author deserves every penny of his royalties -- and more.

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Another man's Moccasins

Not a good a Dark Horse, but still good, I will look forward for more to come.

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Loved all his works until this one

I have really enjoyed all of the authors books. They have made me want to visit Wyoming. The reading is some of the best. I have been truly amazed at his ability as a writer -- until this one. It's a real downer. My wife came home from work, took one look at me and asked, "What's wrong?" I said, "I guess I'm depressed." When I asked myself why. Then, I realized it was because of listening to this book. a significant part of the book has Walt Drunk and depressed in Vietnam. Another portion of the book has him depressed in Wyoming. There are holes in this plot and unrealistic situations that seem uncharacteristic for the author.

Listening to this book was like watching a train wreck. his writing style is such that you couldn't look away, but you didn't like what you were seeing.
It's possible that the series has just run its course. But I hope that Craig Johnson will go back and read the first two books and recapture the Walt of those books because I would really like more of the old Walt.

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  • Ted
  • Lancaster, PA, United States
  • 09-27-17

Pretentious

I guess Craig Johnson studied English Literature and maybe some classics? So he has his rural hero dipping into Roget's from time to time to impress us with what one does with a degree in English Literature and maybe some classics? I hate it when they do that. I know that this guy's got a following and some find him marvelously deep. I tried to plumb those depths but each time I dove in, I hit my head on the bottom so little-far from the surface.

George Guidall reeeeeeely tries to make this deeeeep character seem like your trail buddy, but even he didn't do it for me. Sorry.

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  • Loy
  • Benbrook, TX, United States
  • 12-06-08

great installment

This series is the best. I think this one is one of the best.

Waiting on the next one!

I read them in order -- not necessary

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great story

Great story! we really enjoyed this book. narration was really good. highly recommend this story.