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Review #1

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The Walt Longmire series is an excellent example of the books being much better than the show. The feeling, dialogue, and descriptions in the books just don’t translate to TV. For example, how do you visually convey the words “and he slipped away like an afterthought?”

In Obvious Fact, Craig Johnson tells a great deal about Henry Standing Bear`s back story as he weaves a great tale about law enforcement in the West. We have all the usual characters plus Lola, the woman from Henry`s past. Johnson draws a stark contrast between a manipulative controlling woman and one who is simply herself. Both are women well outside traditional societal expectations, yet Johnson portrays them as people not characatures which so many authors do. Simultaneously, Johnson keeps the reader turning pages with the story itself — the hallmark of a master.

I recommend this book for the usual group that likes a good tale; additionally I believe that more character oriented readers would find it an excellent read as well.

Review #2

An Obvious Fact series Walt Longmire

I am a great fan of Craig Johnson and am secretly in love with Longmire and Henry. That’s about all I need to get into the modern-day western murder mysteries that Johnson writes. I am such a fan that I pre-order all his books. As always, I was not disappointed by this latest in the series. The characters are now my old friends, the plot has twists and turns that keep me breathlessly on the edge of my seat. And also as always, Johnson’s writing is gripping, entertaining, and never insulst my intelligence. Hurray for the latest book!

Review #3

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Craig Johnson continues to amaze with his finely tuned plots. They unfold slowly but surely, and you can’t put the book down. His characters evolve with each story in both expected and unexpected ways. I especially love the descriptions of areas I’m unfamiliar with, providing a unique backdrop to the author’s tale. The only issue with this book, for me, was that it ended. I can’t wait for the next installment in the lives of Walt and Henry.

Review #4

Audio  An Obvious Fact narrated by George Guidall

What a long wait… I’ve read the entire Longmire series and I loved the TV show but I figured it would slow down Craig Johnson’s book releases. This was worth the wait. Walt is aging along with the rest of us, the Cherokee Nation is still the most wonderful sidekick–I like him even better than Spencer’s “Hawk” (Robert Parker series) and as usual, Johnson delivers a tightly plotted, well-written “light” mystery.

I only started reading the Longmire books about 3 months ago and have not read every one of them it is a great series X-Men characters an excellent plot easy reading it fast

Review #5

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Ok, I admit I am a sucker for the “longmire” series, so much so that I have not watched the series on Netflix, I like the books better. This latest had a number of plot twists that kept me guessing to the end and as always the story introduced me to another sub-culture I had not wrapped my mind around. Craig Johnson is a great story teller and anytime I read one of his novel I have to look around to check that I am not in the Wyoming Territory.

How mr Johnson comes up with such convoluted plots time after time I wish I knew. They always have multiple plot points which seem to go nowhere but somehow converge at the end to gives very satisfying conclusion to a murder mystery. In this episode we get to meet the infamous Lola for whom Henry named his car, and what a character she is, her son ha been left for dead on a deserted highway and she finagles Henry and Walt into investigating, but as with all Longmire stories what unfolds is much more dangerous than a simple hit and run. The most enjoyable aspect of these books for me is the relationships Longmire has with the people closest to him like Henry, Vikki and the greatest legal mind in the country, his daughter Cody especially, there is such love and affection there without a word being spoken also the books are filled with some great one liners and moments of quiet humor, they are a joy to read.

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