By Craig Johnson
The idea for A&E's Longmire unearths himself within the crosshairs within the 9th publication of the New York Times bestselling series
The good fortune of Craig Johnson’s Walt Longmire sequence that begun with The chilly Dish keeps to develop after A&E’s hit exhibit Longmire brought new fanatics to the Wyoming sheriff. As the Crow Flies marked the series’ optimum debut at the New York Times bestseller record. Now, in his 9th Western secret, Longmire stares down his most deadly foes yet.
It’s homecoming in Absaroka County, however the soccer and festivities are interrupted while a homeless boy wanders into city. A Mormon “lost boy,” twine Lynear is looking for his lacking mom yet clues are scarce. Longmire and his partners, feisty deputy Victoria Moretti and longtime pal Henry status endure, embark on a excessive plains scavenger hunt in hopes of reuniting mom and son. the path leads them to an interstate polygamy staff that’s presiding over a stockpile of guns and harboring a vicious vendetta.
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Horton asked sharply. He didn’t want the man who had taken his job in the major crime team plodding all over the place. Since appointing Dennings, Uckfield had realized his mistake and had been trying to ease him out, but unfortunately Dennings was sticking to Uckfield like treacle to a spoon, much to Uckfield’s chagrin. ’ ‘Can’t be with stress,’ Horton quipped. ’ ‘Flu,’ Uckfield replied curtly. ’ ‘Still trying. ’ Not yet there isn’t, thought Horton, if Dennings refuses to go. ‘I’m on holiday,’ he said, hoping Uckfield would ignore that.
Posed Horton. Gaye looked up, more alert than previously. ’ Horton asked, curious, hearing a note of recognition in her voice. ’ She gave a tired smile and half a shrug. ’ asked Cantelli. Gaye smiled wearily. ‘Neuropsychiatry is the study of mental disorders attributable to the nervous system. Sutton is a clever man and a very entertaining speaker, egocentric like a lot of consultants, but brilliant. He must be retired by now. I heard him talk years ago, at a seminar, when I was studying personality, profiling and criminology.
Horton heaved a silent sigh of relief as Uckfield continued. ‘Start asking questions, sniffing around, stirring things up. ’ Uckfield was right. It could be dangerous, but it could also be a short cut to finding their killer. Uckfield went on. ’ ‘No. ’ Too late Horton realized what he had said. It had slipped out before he could stop himself. He ran a hand over his face, suddenly exhausted. The adrenaline rush of facing danger had subsided, leaving him feeling that every bone in his body was about to crumble into osteoarthritis, and every muscle was aching beyond even the most arduous of workouts he could possibly imagine.