Junkyard Dogs (Walt Longmire Book 6)
Oline H. Codgill has obviously not read "Junkyard Dogs", or the previous book in the series, "Dark Horse", saying this book was "steeped in Western lore".
Not this one. Earlier books in the series have had quite a bit of "Western lore", but this one is remarkably lacking, as well as being the weakest of the series I've yet read.
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Actually, I've come to expect inaccuracies from that newspaper, after it attacked an old friend taking its info about him from only one highly biased source. Anyway, "Junkyard Dogs" is a bit too humorous, along the lines of Carl Hiaasen rather than the previous books of the mostly excellent Walt Longmire series. It's not the Joe Pickett series from C.
Box, but what is? If, like me you were introduced to Walt Longmire via the TV series, this is worth a rea d. The books are far funnier than the TV show, and the interaction between Longmire and his supporting cast are far more developed, of course.
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Make an offer:. Steeped in Western lore with a contemporary spin' Sun Sentinel. Johnson's sixth mystery featuring Wyoming sheriff Walt Longmire after 's Dark Horse will remind readers that a big city isn't necessary for a compelling crime story and enduring hero. There they discover that the Stewart family patriarch, George, was almost killed after someone dragged him behind a '68 Toronado. Walt winds up playing peacemaker between the cantankerous Stewarts, longtime Durant residents, and the owner of a new housing development bordering the junkyard.
When a search of the dump unearths a surprising side business and two deaths follow, Walt realizes he has bigger problems on his hands. Kindle Book Release date: June 3, Availability can change throughout the month based on the library's budget. You can still place a hold on the title, and your hold will be automatically filled as soon as the title is available again. The OverDrive Read format of this ebook has professional narration that plays while you read in your browser. Learn more here.
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