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A novel series as long as the Walt Longmire already proves the success of it. You must have hardly seen any unpopular saga going that long. The success for Walt Longmire is mainly because of the immense response by the audiences, which prompted Craig Johnson to right more and more for this epic Walt Longmire series. A Serpent’s Tooth novel is exactly what the author is known for.
It is immensely rich in its plot and has some amazing characters in this 9th chapter of the Walt Longmire saga. There is absolutely no prizes to guess the name of the narrator of this mystery thriller. Of course, it is done once again by George Guidall in his signature style, which almost everyone who has gone through the novel has thoroughly enjoyed.
The Walt Longmire is understandably the best-selling mystery series in New York Times for many reasons. First, it comes out of the pen of the renowned author Craig Johnson. Then, the main reason behind its success is the versatility and individuality, which the author has given to each and every chapter of the series.
In A Serpent’s Tooth, the sheriff from Wyoming is looking to persuade his cowman code of ethics, while he was into a religious range war, which started somewhat a little too close to his house.
Hell Is Empty and As the Crow Flies novels from Craig Johnson are the top most novels from the Walt Longmire series. If you are digging more in the subject saga, then these two should be at the top of your list for their intense storyline, super suspense and amazing characterization done by the author.