Wait for Signs marks another significant addition to the Walt Longmire saga. It is a product of Craig Johnson, who has proved himself as one of the finest and accomplished writers among his contemporaries. The New York Times best-selling author and several other awards are a testimony of his class and success as a literally writer.
This specific novel is a short fictional story, which basically is an anthology. There is no surprise to see George Guidall again as the narrator of this novel, who has been doing a phenomenal job with his soulful voice given to the entire Walt Longmire novel series.
It is more than a decade before this book, when the author wrote his very first short story, the Old Indian Trick. It won the prestigious Hillerman award. Sheriff was first seen in that novel, who later on became a star in his highly admirable Walt Longmire series. After every Christmas Eve, fans of Craig Johnson get rejoiced to see another short story from the author, which features a certain part of Walt’s life, which you will not be able to see in his other mainstream novels of the character.
Therefore, the Wait for Signs is actually a collection of all those short stories in one place and also has an entirely new story as well. Nevertheless, Wait for Signs is a mandatory addition into the archives of Craig Johnson and also for those who are fans of Longmire. Moreover, it also serves as a useful way to introduce new readers to the fantasy fiction world of Craig Johnson.