Junkyard Dogs is another leaf out of the Walt Longmire novel series. It is beautifully written by Craig Johnson, where you cannot restrict yourself to get deeply involved with the plot of the novel and the strong character of Longmire. The book is chapter 6 of the Walt Longmire series. Narration of this book is also a strong part, where George Guidall just like all the prior books of this series has done a great job with his voice acting. You must have rarely seen any crime mystery thriller getting this much appreciation.
Walt Longmire, the rough and flip-flop hero of Craig Johnson has quickly become the fan favorite of the critically acclaimed Walt Longmire saga.
In this novel, Walt Longmire has his hands full just as the covetous land developers hire shady and the most violent techniques in order to undo their fortunes, which are in recession hit, Wyoming. It is the place where the owners of a wealthy ranchettes development project are eager to get rid of the junk yard at an adjacent location.
At the time, when a detached thumb gets discovered from the backyard, huge conflicts erupts. Walt Longmire along with his trusty Dog, old friend Henry and deputies Victoria and Santiago goes to the small town, which feels like a high steppes pressure cooker.
Hell Is Empty and As the Crow Flies are sequels to the subject novel. These recommended novels would naturally attract you to listen them. But, a good thing is that all the novels from Craig Johnson have their individuality and you could randomly pick any of his novel, whose title strikes you the most, and you will surely have a good time.