Craig Johnson's rough-and-tumble hero Walt Longmire is quickly becoming a fan-favorite and a critical success. Here Walt has his hands full as greedy land developers employ shady, violent methods to reverse their fortunes in recession-racked Wyoming. "It's the scenery-and the big guy standing in front of the scenery-that keeps us coming back to [these] lean and leathery mysteries."-New York Times Book Review
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by Craig Johnson
"Would this mystery, set in rural Wyoming, be as funny and beguiling without George Guidall's astute narration? I doubt it. Guidall is just a master at finding the subtleties and making the most of monosyllabic teenagers, a smart-mouthed deputy, or the long-suffering Sheriff Walt Longmire. A family-run junkyard is diverting enough; then add a modern-day land dispute, wily characters, and plenty of small-town gossip. We're grateful for a gifted and perceptive narrator who delivers these colorful locals, describes hilariously absurd situations, and still keeps the suspense intact. A fun series to follow--there are five others. Listeners who loved Guidall's readings of Tony Hillerman's stories will find some echoes here. R.F.W. (c) AudioFile 2010, Portland, Maine"
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