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The Cold DishTras Veinticuatro A Os Como Sheriff Del Condado De Absaroka, Wyoming, Las Esperanzas De Walt Longmire De Terminar En Paz Sus D As Como Agente De La Ley Se Ven Frustradas Cuando Cody Pritchard Aparece Muerto Cerca De La Reserva Cheyene Junto A Una Pista Muy Simb Lica Una Pluma De Guila Dos A Os Antes, Cody Hab A Sido Uno De Los Cuatro Chicos De Instituto Que Fueron Puestos En Libertad Provisional Tras Violar A Una Chica Cheyene Se Dir A Que Alguien Va Buscando Venganza Y Que Longmire Es Lo Nico Que Separa A Los Tres Chicos Restantes De Un Rifle Sharps Del Calibre 45 70 Junto A Henry Oso En Pie Su Viejo Amigo Cheyene , Su Ayudante La Joven Y Guapa Victoria Moretti Y Un Cat Logo De Personajes Que Pueblan El Paisaje Desierto De Las Altas Llanuras, Walt Longmire Intentar Que La Venganza, Un Plato Que Se Sirve Fr O, No Se Lleve A Cabo.

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  1. says:

    On the afternoon of June 25th, 1876, as the heat waves rolled from the buffalo grass, giving the impression of a breeze that did not exist, Colonel George Armstrong Custer and five companies of the Seventh Cavalry rode into the valley of the Little Big Horn Also that afternoon, Davey Force, a pitcher for the Philadelphia Athletics, went six for six against Chicago, who scored four runs in the ninth to pull out a 14 to 13 victory Custer was not so lucky Big Horn MountainsSheriff Walt Longmire of Wyoming s Absaroka County is having a hard time getting his life back together after the death of his wife When they are gone, we are left with who we are after we were with them, and sometimes we don t recognize that person In this case it takes a murder to bring Walt back to his job Robert Taylor playing Walt Longmire on the AE TV seriesCody Pritchard, one of four boys convicted of raping an alcohol fetal syndrome Cheyenne girl, is found dead among a herd of sheep He was shot with a big caliber weapon As the case unfolds it is determined that a Sharps.45 70 Buffalo rifle was the murder weapon A rifle capable of dropping a horse at six hundred yards Now you would think that would shorten up the list of suspects, but as it turns out due to the historical significance of the weapon and the accuracy the Sharps is capable of many men, in this gun rich section of the country happen to own one Walt has his own theorie...


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    Solid narrative with guts This is the first novel in the Longmire Mysteries book series. MODERN DAY SHERIFF I have watched the TV adaptation of Longmire since its beginning.I decided to watch it since it has three cast members that I was familiarized and I like to watch them to perform Katee Sackhoff, from Battlestar Galactica the re imagined TV series and she was honestly my main reason to watch this TV series She plays Deputy Victoria Vic Moretti.But I didn t mind to find too Cassidy Freeman, from Smallvile TV series She plays Cady Longmire Lou Diamond Phillips, from La Bamba film He plays Henry Standing Bear.Also, I like the concept of a modern day sheriff, investigating murders Sheriff Walt Longmire, is the sheriff in the fictional Absaroka County.While the TV series is different in certain elements and dynamics than the original book series, certainly I can say that any fan of the TV series would enjoy to read the novels THEY AREN T FOOLING AROUND The first novel introduces all the main characters even several that you haven t never met in the TV series of the book series, along with the mystery to solve, employing scientific and police procedures than you have witnessed in most of the TV show.Sheriff Walt Longmire is getting used to live alone, since his wife died like 4 years ago here was for natural causes , also there was a rough case that it didn t end wel...


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    Walt Longmire is just wanting to finish out his term as sheriff of Wyoming s Absaroka county in peace and quiet That of course does not happen Young Cody Pritchard is found shot and dumped in with a local farmer s sheep Don t feel bad for Cody though, he and his buddies violently raped a young Cheyenne girl They got suspended sentences Now someone is seeking justice for that crime Walt Longmire is that type of character that grabs my fickle attention Overweight, depressed, likes drinking Sign me up He lost his wife 4 years previously and has not recovered from her death yet, he does have the inner sense of good and that makes this book shine The cast of characters that join in the story are also some of the best.You have Henry Standing Bear I could feel his disapproving glance as we crossed a cattle guard and momentarily became airborne We made for the washboard curve that lay ahead, and he braced himself Hey, I thought you guys always thought it was a good day to die Attrib...


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    Two years ago, four boys were put on trial for raping a Cheyenne girl When one of them winds up dead, sheriff Walt Longmire finds himself in the middle of murder investigation Plenty of people had cause for wanting Cody Prichard dead but who had the guts to do the deed And are his three compadres next on the hit list In my never ending quest to sample what series crime fiction has to offer, I decided to give The Cold Dish a try After all, AE wouldn t make a crime series about a dud, would they The setting sets the Cold Dish apart from most crime fiction on the racks A sleepy Wyoming town next to an Indian reservation is a far crime from most metropolitan cesspools Walt Longmire isn t a super cop by any means He s out of his depth and he knows it His feelings about his daughter, his deceased wife, and Vonna, the woman he s recently taken a shine to, make him seem human and vulnerable.The supporting cast is also interesting, although I thought some of the Native American portrayals might be leaning toward stereotypes I liked the backstory and I loved that I had no idea who the murderer was until Walt did.And now here s the stuff I wasn t crazy about This very much felt like a first novel, particularly in the first half Also, the author overused pronouns and sometimes it was hard to figure out which he or she he was talking about The pace also dragged For the first 60% of the book, ...


  5. says:

    I watched the Longmire Series when it was on TV and enjoyed it very much A GR friend recommended reading the books so I started with the first, The Cold Dish written back in 2006 This is one of those warm and friendly type of books A nice change to a murder mystery with a western backdrop taking place in a small town in Wyomi...


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    He was drinking a ginger ale and leafing through a stack of police supply catalogs I guess she figured we have him chained up in the basement I asked her about Jim, and she said that he was hunting down in Nebraska with some friends geese, she said There was a hesitancy in the way she said it that led me to believe there was something there So I used one of my age old cop tricks and asked her if there was anything else she wanted to tell me She used one of the age old mother tricks and just said no Cop tricks pale in comparison with mother tricks.This book was wonderful I was loving it because it was so cute and funny, but then on page ten I found out that a key plot point was the gang rape of a teenaged girl with fetal alcohol syndrome with many objects besides penises.I have a real problem with rape books, often having to DNF because I just can t take fiction on this topic see The Round House , but fortunately for me Johnson skirted around the rape enough so that I could read this and finish it If he had gone to any detail than he had, I would have had to DNF...


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    This is the first book in Craig Johnson s long running series featuring Walt Longmire, the middle aged sheriff of Absaroka County in Wyoming The books, in turn, would later inspire the television program that was named for the sheriff.This book opens with the shooting death of a young man named Cody Pritchard It s possible that Pritchard s death was the result of a hunting accident, but it soon appears that it was actually an act of deliberate homicide The list of suspects is unusually long Two years earlier, Pritchard and three of his high school classmates had been tried on charges of sexually assaulting a mentally challenged Native American girl The four were convicted but received only minimal punishment and a lot of local people, including the victim s family, are still hoping that justice will be served, one way or the other It now appears that someone seeking revenge may have all four of the young perpetrators lined up in the sights of a Sharps.45 70 rifle.For a sheriff s office that is small and short handed, an investigation of this magnitude poses a serious challenge And, as if he didn t have enough problems in his professional life, Walt s personal life is a total mess He s been widowed for a number of years and is living in a partially built home that ...


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    9 10 I don t think I ve been this enthusiastic about a new author since discovering Dick Francis It s not a question of Nobel or Booker Prize material, or of changing my outlook on life It s just that I discovered something that fits me like a glove, the equivalent of a joyride makes me feel good, makes me feel smart for figuring out the main suspect before the last page, a bit of adrenaline rush and a lot of snarky humor Most of all it s about the characters, oddballs and loners most of them, with a strong sense of belonging to a small community, one that you wish you were part of The immediate connection I made is with early episodes of Twin Peaks Absaroka County in Wyoming is a similar closed circle of people, each knowing the others intimately, living close to Nature and having little contact with the wider outside world, most of them having secrets to hide and odd quirks of character I was tempted to say that the main difference between the two is the absence of the supernatural, weirdness factor, but by the end of this first book in the series, the story veered right into some shamanism, new agey spiritual communnion with dead people, so I say give David Lynch a call and sell him a new TV series.I mentioned earlier Dick Francis, but the connectio...


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    I knew in the first four pages that I was going to enjoy this book.It begins with Sheriff Walt Longmire of Absaroka County, Wyoming, sitting in his office, watching the geese fly south Ruby, dispatcher receptionist, interrupts his musings to tell him he has a call from Bob Barnes, who wants to report a dead body he discovered when he and his son went to collect their sheep She leaned against the doorjamb and went to shorthand, Bob Barnes, dead body, line one I looked at the blinking red light on my desk and wondered vaguely if there was a way I could get out of this Did he sound drunk I am not aware that I ve ever heard him sound sober Hey Bob What s up Hey, Walt You ain t gonna believe this shit He didn t sound particularly drunk, but Bob s a professional, so you never can tell He takes the report from Bob, verifies the information on the phone with Billy, Bob s equally drunk son, and just as he s about to hang up, Yes sir Hey, Shuuriff I waited Dad says for you to bring beer, we re almost out Walt tells R...


  10. says:

    A group of friends and I have something that we like to call Forced Book Reads, where we each choose a book and make the whole gang read it Or at least they have to if they want the others to read THEIR book For my selection, I went with Blackbirds by Chuck Wendig, and now it s my friend Chris s turn, and he chose this I would like to state for the record at this point that, as a whole, I did like this book However, pretty early on, I noticed some nitpicky little things that started to bother me, and once I strap on my Nitpickers, they don t come off that easily and I ll be walking around in them for a goodish while So let s get this show on the road and start with the issues First of which is the fact that I called the whodunnit and why at 49%, so it was pretty predictable as far as the plot went Hint It was NOT Colonel Mustard in the Conservatory with the rope I can pinpoint the exact moment I knew because I have a note on my Kindle with my prediction, which was even before the 2nd body was discovered, though not by much The main character figures it out at 93% This in itself is not unusual, that the main character figures things out very close to the end of the story, but I...

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