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Craig Johnson is an award winning author and has been the best-selling author in New York Times for his Dry Bones novel. This book, The Cold Dish is nothing short of exceptional and it truly reflects all the skills, versatility and abilities of Craig Johnson as a writer. This novel marks as the opening book of his highly anticipated Walt Longmire novel series. The narration of this novel is effortlessly done by George Guidall in a highly classy tone.
The author introduces Sherriff Walt Longmire in this outstanding fictional novel. Craig Johnson with his intense attachment with the American West produces a mystery with spectacular genuineness, which is full of powerful and memorable characters.
After spending good 25 years as sheriff of the Absaroka Country, Walt wish of completing his tenure in utmost peace is dipped when Cody Pritchard dead body is discovered just by the Northern Cheyenne Reservation. 2 years prior, Cody was one of the four school guys, who were suspended for raping a local girl. Somebody apparently was seeking vengeance and Walt Longmire was probably the only man standing between the other three guys and the .45 – 70 rifle.
With a dear old friend Henry, Deputy Victoria and characters, which are both humorous and tragic enough to fill the void of the high plains. Walt Longmire tries to see that revenge, a dish which is served best when cold, is actually never served at all.
Death Without Company and Land of Wolves are highly popular novels from Craig Johnson, which have all the necessary ingredients such as a good plot, strong characterization and excellent situations depicted, which his followers would surely enjoy.