Death Without Company
LONGMIRE, a new A&E drama series Sheriff Walt Longmire finds unspeakable viciousness in Wyoming’s Big Horn MountainsNew York Times bestselling author Craig Johnson garnered both praise and an enthusiastic readership with his acclaimed debut novel featuring Sheriff Walt Longmire, The Cold Dish,... show more
LONGMIRE, a new A&E drama series Sheriff Walt Longmire finds unspeakable viciousness in Wyoming’s Big Horn MountainsNew York Times bestselling author Craig Johnson garnered both praise and an enthusiastic readership with his acclaimed debut novel featuring Sheriff Walt Longmire, The Cold Dish, the first in the Walt Longmire mystery series. Now Johnson takes us back to the rugged landscape of Absaroka County, Wyoming, for Death Without Company. When Mari Baroja is found poisoned at the Durant Home for Assisted Living, Sheriff Longmire is drawn into an investigation that reaches fifty years into the mysterious woman’s dramatic Basque past. Aided by his friend Henry Standing Bear, Deputy Victoria Moretti, and newcomer Santiago Saizarbitoria, Sheriff Longmire must connect the specter of the past to the present to find the killer among them. Watch a QuickTime movie trailer for this book! View a QuickTime interview with Craig Johnson: part one | part two
Publish date: February 27th 2007
Pages no: 271
Edition language: English
Series: Walt Longmire (#2)
So this is my second visit with Walt Longmire, long-term Sheriff of a very small town in Wyoming. Everything that I liked about the first book, "The Cold Dish" continues to be present but gets richer with familiarity. The main attraction is still being inside Walt's head. He's a smart, compassiona...
As previously discussed, I'm bad at reviewing books that I like so please forgive me for this. So, I remember little bits and pieces of this that they used in the TV series. This one involved the Basque community (which I really don't know all that much about, but you can bet that I'm going to be do...
Everything to do with women is foolish, and, therefore, absolutely essential. This novel picks up a couple of weeks after The Cold Dish, with Walt still trying to get his head on straight -- and it's not going to well. The major impetus for him now is the impending arrival of his daughter, Cady, for...
Last summer, I read The Cold Dish (the first book in this series) and really liked it. So I was really disappointed with Death Without Company. In fact, this is the first book I have actually disliked in a long time. I did a lot of skim reading. I was bored. Reading this felt like a chore. It too...
Better than the first book.