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Walt Longmire is more than just the sheriff of the fictitious Absaroka county in Wyoming; he’s a renaissance man well versed in the works of Shakespeare and Dante, an old soul, a loyal friend, a Vietnam vet, a straight shooter with a mean right hook, and a softie when it comes to the women in his life. I’m not sure if it’s Walt, or the author, Craig Johnson, or maybe both, but the books keep getting better and better.
Years ago, when I first read The Cold Dish by the then unknown Johnson, I knew I had found an author and a lead character that would keep me engaged with each new book. Johnson’s writing is clever with a wry sense of humor, multi-layered in context, and his novels are peopled with characters so compelling with their individual temperaments and personalities. And with Johnson’s obvious love of the mid-western landscape, he makes it’s terrible beauty another player in his novels as well. These are books that I recommend to friends constantly as Johnson’s intelligent and nuanced prose makes every story a delight to read.
A Serpent’s Tooth series Walt Longmire
Walt Longmire and his band of characters, Henry Standing Bear – the formal English speaking Cherokee lifetime friend, Vic – the foulmouthed (but very lovable and good looking) side-kick from Philly, Ruby – the take no crap from Walt – dispatcher, and Ferg – the overweight and overly sincere sometimes-deputy, are back again and just a formal, foulmouthed, straight-talking, and sincere as ever.
Johnson tell a great story – as is his style. The characters are unique and the setting of Absaroka County, Wyoming itself becomes a character as essential to the story as the humans.
I am already having withdrawal pains just waiting for the next book. If you think the TV series is good (and I do), the books are much better.
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If you’re a fan of Craig Johnson’s Walt Longmire series you will not be disappointed. If you’ve only seen the TV show you need to read the entire series. Eventhough there are variations of the plot line, have you ever seen a show or movie that fully followed a book? Reading the series in order from “The Cold Dish” (#1) all the way through to this one “A Serpent’s Tooth” (#9) will fill in a lot of blanks about Longmire’s past in both the real world and the “spirit” world. Do yourself a favor if you have not read these books get busy reading them now.
Audio A Serpent’s Tooth narrated by George Guidall
The best way to enjoy Longmire is in writing. I have to wonder whether the TV writers actually read any of the original stories. This one was great, with the same elegant writing and humor, and just the right amount of “spirit”. Longmire is not a religious man, but he is deeply spiritual. Henry Standing Bear is his life-long friend who oversees the spiritual side. A great read, with murder, mystery, and a new turn to Longmire’s love interest. I can hardly wait for the next one, to resolve the cliff-hanger ending.
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Craig Johnson has written another excellent, well written story about Walt Longmire and his colleagues.
This story has the same excellent dialogue with tongue in cheek humor with the same cast of characters: Henry Standing Bear and Vick and others.
This time the story starts quite innocently as an elderly lady describes how an “angel” is helping her fix up her house. All she has to do is make a list, have the materials available and leave the house. She returns and the fixes are done.
Walt checks it out and finds a missing boy of 15, with an elderly man as his “bodyguard” in tow. When Walt looks for his mother, the search leads him to a religious cult that is the front for a sinister plan.
From there, the story takes off and the book is hard to put down (even if there are some somewhat unbelievable parts like how Walt and Henry get a 50 caliber sniping rifle with incendiary ammo). In fact, I finished the book in one day.
I highly recommend this book for anyone who enjoys the Longmire show. The books are even better than the show.
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