Walt Longmire goes undercover to save a woman in an unfriendly place Interweaving classic noir sensibilities and humor with contemporary themes of social justice, Craig Johnson’s popular Walt Longmire mysteries transport readers to the sparse and rugged landscape of Wyoming. In The Dark... read more
“The first indication that you're in the midst of a bad idea is that people stop making eye contact with you and you with them.”Sheriff Walt Longmire
“I thought about how we tilled and cultivated the land, planted trees on it, fenced it, built houses on it, and did everything we could to hold off the eternity of distance-anything to give the landscape some sort of human scale. No matter what we did to try and frorm the West, however, the West inevitably formed us instead.”Sheriff Walt Longmire
“"They don't all start out as peckerheads; some just get there faster than others."”Dorothy Caldwell
It's October but horses rest in September sun.
Jacksonville Jake, the bundle of bailing wire, should be baling wire.
Bible quote is Ecclesiastes 10:19, not 10:18.
Meadowlarks sing in breeding season, not October.
Isaiah Mays a real MOH recipient but different details about event.
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