Junkyard Dogs

From the New York Times bestselling author of Dry Bones, a modern day range war in the sixth novel in the Longmire Mystery Series, the basis for the hit Netflix original series LONGMIRE Craig Johnson s The Highwayman and An Obvious Fact are now available from Viking Junkyard Dogs, the sixth installment in the New York Times bestselling Longmire Mystery Series, the basiFrom the New York Times bestselling author of Dry Bones, a modern day range war in the sixth novel in the Longmire Mystery Series, the basis for the hit Netflix original series LONGMIRE Craig Johnson s The Highwayman and An Obvious Fact are now available from Viking.Junkyard Dogs, the sixth installment in the New York Times bestselling Longmire Mystery Series, the basis for LONGMIRE, the hit Netflix original drama series, takes us to Durant, Wyoming It s a volatile new economy in Durant when the owners of a multimillion dollar development of ranchettes want to get rid of the adjacent Stewart junkyard Meeting the notorious Stewart clan is an adventure unto itself, and when conflict erupts and someone ends up dead Sheriff Walt Longmire, his lifelong friend Henry Standing Bear, and deputies Santiago Saizarbitoria and Victoria Moretti find themselves in a small town that feels and like a high plains pressure cooker.The hilarious and suspenseful sixth book in the Longmire series from The New York Times bestselling author of Hell Is Empty and As the Crow Flies finds our sheriff up to his badge in the darker aspects of human nature, making his way through the case with a combination of love, laughs, and derelict automobiles.
Junkyard Dogs From the New York Times bestselling author of Dry Bones a modern day range war in the sixth novel in the Longmire Mystery Series the basis for the hit Netflix original series LONGMIRE Craig Johnson

  • Title: Junkyard Dogs
  • Author: Craig Johnson
  • ISBN: 9780143119531
  • Page: 302
  • Format: Paperback
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    About the Author

    Craig Johnson

    Librarian Note There is than one author in the database with this name Craig Johnson an American novelist, short story writer, and playwright He lives in Ucross, near Sheridan, Wyoming, population 25.Johnson has written twelve novels featuring Sheriff Walt Longmire The Cold Dish, Death Without Company, Kindness Goes Unpunished, Another Man s Moccasins, Junkyard Dogs, The Dark Horse which received starred reviews from Kirkus, Booklist, Publishers Weekly, and Library Journal, and was named one of Publisher s Weekly s best books of the year in 2009 , Hell Is Empty, As The Crow Flies and A Serpent s Tooth The Cold Dish and The Dark Horse were both Dilys Award finalists, and Death Without Company was named the Wyoming Historical Association s Book of the Year Another Man s Moccasins received the Western Writers of America Spur Award for best novel of 2008 as well as the Mountains and Plains award for fiction book of the year.Former police officer has also worked as an educator, cowboy, and longshoremanARDS Tony Hillerman Award for Old Indian Trick fiction book of the year, Wyoming Historical Society, for Death Without Company, Wyoming Council for the Arts Award.

    365 Comment

    • Carol. said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:19 AM

      So, I'm kind of over-indulging in books during winter break. Safe to say that this Walt Longmire is better than the prior. Nice small-town atmosphere, nice characterization, funny threads of humor. Kind of sad, however, to see Walt outwitted rather frequently. At least Henry knows the score.Updated review (because I'm just that ocd about reviewing):The sixth book in the series featuring Sheriff Walt Longmire is a lot of fun, and brings life back into the Longmire series. It has to be hard being [...]

    • Algernon said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:19 AM

      I was afraid the Walt Longmire series was losing steam after book four experimented with extensive flashbacks from the Vietnam war and book five experimented with new locations and new characters. Both no. 4 and no. 5 focused almost exclusively on Walt, not a bad thing in itself, but I missed the rest of the team from the Absaroka County Sheriff Department. And I missed the lighter tone, the jokes, the sarcasm and the easy friendship between the Sheriff and his deputies. Luckily for me and for m [...]

    • Carol said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:19 AM

      The Hook - The cover alone influenced me to read this book. Add that it’s the sixth in the first-rate Sheriff Walt Longmire Mystery Series and I found a way to spend an easy reading day. The Line – ”To each man, his own paradise.”The Sinker – It’s a godawful winter in Absaroka County Wyoming, worse than the winter we just experienced in the East, if you need a picture. 2 weeks of deep-freezing temps with no hint of a reprieve. No wonder the Sheriff is a bit grumpy. His mood is going [...]

    • Scott said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:19 AM

      As I continue my Longmire series read, full disclosure requires that I openly admit I am a devoted fan of the Longmire television show (on A/E and now Netflix) and have enjoyed reading the previous books in the Longmire book series that inspired that show even more. With that said, I am still doing my best to provide objective and an honest review. “Junkyard Dogs” is the sixth book in the “Longmire” mystery series, continuing the fictional adventures of Walt Longmire, Sheriff of Absaroka [...]

    • Mark said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:19 AM

      Another tale of Walt Longmire and his deputies this time concerning a dynasty of Junkyard proprietors. When longmire gets involved it is all an accident which quickly turns into the next situation that involves some more violence, followed by a fatal encounter that takes a live. Add a jailbreak ending in murder and you'll find that Sheriff Waltmire has his hands full with a murder investigation while the physical damage to his body finally catches up with him.His Deputies are restless and unhapp [...]

    • LJ said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:19 AM

      First Sentence: I tried to get a straight answer from his grandson and granddaughter-in-law as to why their grandfather had been tied with a hundred feet of nylon rope to the rear bumper of the 1968 Oldsmobile Tornado.It begins with a severed thumb found within a Styrofoam cooler at the junkyard. Sheriff Walt Longmire decides this might be a way to re-spark the drive in his bullet-shy deputy, Santiago Saizarbitoria. Little did Walt know that thumb would lead to murders, drugs, kidnapping and fam [...]

    • Nikki said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:19 AM

      Junkyard Dogs turned out to be a different book than I was expecting, especially since it won the Best Sidekick award at the Left Coast Crime conference. Sheriff Walt Longmire needs all his sidekicks -- Deputies Vic Moretti and Sancho Saizarbitoria, mentor Lucian Connally, his friend Henry Standing Bear, and his dog Dog -- to solve the convoluted mystery in Junkyard Dogs. What I liked best about this book was that the villains were not obvious from their personalities and actions. I kept being s [...]

    • Ed said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:19 AM

      This entertaining mystery gave me three nights of pleasure. I'd read an earlier title in the series, so Walt Longmire, the sheriff of a Wyoming town, wasn't a stranger to me. Battered and bruised, the big man Walt has trouble with his vision, an ailment not to dismiss lightly. Several murders crop up after a severed thumb is discovered inside of an ice cooler at the local landfill. Walt is a full-rounded, great character (I especially like the mannerisms the author uses) with a wry sense of humo [...]

    • Jacqueline said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:19 AM

      Listened to the audio version. I really enjoy this narrator. While I like the show, I really think I like the books better. Walt is a more grounded person in the novels and CJ has a better handle on his character than the tv writers do. This was amusing in parts and I love Walt's inner voice. Yup, totally prefer the books. Sorry, lovely tv show.

    • Carolyn F. said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:19 AM

      I wish Walt and Vic would figure out their relationship - well at least Walt because he's the one who seems to be putting the brakes on everything. Good story. I thought it was going to be the (view spoiler)[ old school teacher of Walt's (hide spoiler)] but no. Another surprise to me ending which has once again brought down my ego guessing these mysteries. Very good book/series.

    • Michael said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:19 AM

      The last two Walt Longmire books were both really disappointing. The series featuring the aging Sheriff seemed to be stalling with two books pretty much self sabotaged by Craig Johnson. At least I assume it was him and not the result of some very poor editorial advice probably connected to pacing. Both books were completely ruined by being told in flashback and featured only minimal appearances of the regular cast of characters. But Junkyard Dogs sees a welcome return of the old, slow burn style [...]

    • Colleen said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:19 AM

      This is one of my favorite series and I am enjoying each installment. The deputies are back in this one, and with them the snark and banter I'd been missing offset with gruff affection and heartfelt concern. It's also bitterly cold out, helping set a dark tone that intensifies the hunt for whodunit. The connections between characters are curious in a way small towns can be.

    • Maria said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:19 AM

      Sheriff Walt Longmire is at it again, but thankfully this time the story is presented in a linear fashion. Please tell me that I’m not the only Longmire fan that is thrilled to escape the flashbacks! I’ve commented in previous reviews that it seems that Craig Johnson plays with a different storytelling convention in each book, and I think the theme this time is humor/comedy. Not that previous the books don’t have comedic elements; it just seems that this book really focuses on this element [...]

    • Suzy said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:19 AM

      I was excited to reconnect with Sheriff Walt Longmire in Craig Johnson's ongoing series of murder mysteries. I was not disappointed and Johnson was back in rare Longmire form in The Junkyard Dogs. I remarked in the last book, The Dark Horse that I missed his regular cast of deputies and his longtime pal Henry Standing Bear, aka The Cheyenne Nation. Vick, Ruby, Henry, Lucien and other regulars were very much present in this story of a murder committed in the locale of the title, Durant's local ju [...]

    • Suspense Magazine said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:19 AM

      It takes a lot to make me laugh out loud and “Junkyard Dogs” with its quirky cast of characters and oddball situations, really caught me off guard. Though well into the Walt Longmire series, anyone picking up “Junkyard Dogs” as a first look into the world of Johnson’s work, would never notice. Outsiders would imagine living in Absaroka County, Wyoming would be pretty damn peaceful. A quaint, small town with a slower pace; where you know your neighbors and people get along purely becaus [...]

    • Trish said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:19 AM

      Craig Johnson's books, read by George Guidall, have something of the wise old dad about them. No matter that Walt Longmire, sheriff of Wyoming's Absaroka County, is not so old he doesn't lust after his deputy, the apple-assed Vic Moretti. That just makes him more of a man. And man he is. Bearing all manner of physical insult, he comes out on top once again, chasing his quarry through an 18" snowstorm high in the hills surrounding Red Lodge, Montana. The ridiculous nature of the events that set o [...]

    • Mark Stevens said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:19 AM

      This one is a smile waiting to happen. Walt Longmire is bewildered but doesn’t judge. He views his crew with mild amusement. He’s a sheriff with a real-world understanding of the endless variety of human beings that could run through his life and run through Absaroka County and, well, ruin his day. He doesn't really care. He just wants to keep order.Johnson is right there with Tony Hillerman. Like Hillerman, there is mystery but the suspense-factor needle never runs in the red zone. This mak [...]

    • Yvonne said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:19 AM

      Walt and all his side-kicks are back in this one and in fine form.The mystery wasn't overly taxing on the brain, but "watching" the good guys solve the ins and outs of the crime was fun. I'm going to be awfully sad when I reach the end of this series, which is fast approaching!OK - on to #7.

    • Koeeoaddi said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:19 AM

      Funny and fast paced, with a hilariously trashy family at the center of things and Vic at her creatively profane best. Most fun of the Longmire books, in my opinion.

    • Benjamin Thomas said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:19 AM

      The sixth book in the Walt Longmire series happily returns to the form and style that made this series so addictive in the beginning and now ranks among my favorites in the set. After the last two books, wherein we have a temporary change of setting in one and a bit if experimentation in form and a darker tone in both (which both worked by the way), I was glad to see a return to the environs of Absoroka county and the wonderful cast of supporting characters within the Sherriff’s department.No [...]

    • Harry said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:19 AM

      Update:Junkyard dogs takes a look at the growing tension between Walt and Sanchoties it in with Sancho's prison guard past, and puts Walt squarely in the face of a drug operation running beneath his nose. Every novel it seems has a beast that has it in for Walt; and in this one, we meet Sundancea wolf hound. Great stuffading these novels like pop-corn.-------------------------------------------------------------------Craig Johnson has written nine novels in his Walt Longmire series. Formerly a p [...]

    • Erin L said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:19 AM

      Another great entry in the series, but I'm not sure if it's as good as previous books.

    • Sean Little said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:19 AM

      After forcing Walt Longmire into an unfamiliar town for the duration of The Dark Horse, Craig Johnson returns his beloved sheriff to Absaroka County, Wyoming for Junkyard Dogs, a novel that brings back the outlandish characters and intricately plotted mystery that Johnson does best.A severed thumb is discovered in a junkyard and that thumb leads to murder. While Walt is unraveling this, he also has to deal with octogenarian romance, a deputy who has gone gun-shy and wants to resign, a second-in- [...]

    • Debbie said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:19 AM

      "Junkyard Dogs" is a humorous mystery novel. The first third of the novel was set-up and had more of a general fiction flavor. After the first murder, though, it turned into a fast-paced mystery. The characters were interesting and quirky. The world-building was good. The author avoided my even considering to question "would police really do that?" by having his Sheriff play fast and loose with the rules (much to the dismay of the other characters).While this was a who-done-it type mystery, the [...]

    • Patty said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:19 AM

      Craig Johnson and Walt Longmire are two of my favorite men. Craig because he writes so well, and Walt because Craig writes him so well!This is the sixth Walt Longmire book so starting to read one is like a chance to visit with good friends. Walt is smart and funny and so real you feel like you know him personally, Vic is her normal snarky self but there is a heart of gold behind those mouthy defenses, and the rest of the cast is there in their supporting roles. Not as much Henry Standing Bear as [...]

    • ✨Susan✨ said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:19 AM

      The Wyoming winter is going full scale with temperatures dropping way below zero, freezing even your breath, burrrr. Walt and the gang are on the case trying to find out who is behind multiple murders that started when Walt an Vic found a huge underground crop of pot plants. Another great one in the series which is no surprise. Craig Johnson is the best at coming up with fascinating co-characters to support the returning cast. In every book the new characters are so classically authentic, it mak [...]

    • Ellen said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:19 AM

      Junkyard Dogs by Craig Johnson.This was the 6th in the Walt Longmire series and my first in the series and by this author.The enjoyment I experienced listening to this mystery on CD narrated/performed by George Guidall came as a pleasant surprise. Just another afternoon browsing the shelves at the public library and trying out a new author & series. I have happily added this series to my agenda of good read mysteries. One reason-I like the characters and laughed out loud with the humor that [...]

    • Karl said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:19 AM

      This is currently the middle book of the Longmire series. And one of the best so far. If you are familure with the books, all the characters participate in this installment. This is not true of all the books. Sometimes it's just Walt providing the action. Other than Walt and Vic and Henry one of the most likable characters has turned out to be Dog, Walt's dog, who does not feature in the T.V. series of shows. Speaking of which, sadly I have learned the television series has been dropped by A &am [...]

    • Marge said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:19 AM

      I was able to meet Craig Johnson at our library a couple weeks ago. He is a wonderful speaker, as wry and funny as he writes, and he entertained us for over an hour.At the end of his talk I got his latest book, The Highwayman autographed and I HAD to ask him about the incident that opens this book. I said it was so crazy and funny that I wondered if it had really happened. I could almost hear Walt in his voice when he replied, "Yes. It did." He went on to say that he'd planned to write a more se [...]

    • Michelle said:
      Jun 20, 2019 - 01:19 AM

      This is one of my favorite series. I love Walt and Henry so much! Both are great characters: complex, loyal, and funny. This one keeps us close to home, with Walt investigating an accident, family conflicts, and murders. Absaroka County is a tough place to live, for sure. All of our favorites are back in this one: Sancho, Lucien, Vic, and Dog. What starts out as a family feud quickly escalates into a much larger conspiracy, and I had no idea whodunnit until it was spelled out to me, in typical J [...]

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