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The Cold Dish

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George Guidall

13 Hours 20 Minutes

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January 2007

Audio Book Summary

Award-winning author Craig Johnson's critically acclaimed debut Western mystery takes listeners to the breathtaking mountains of Wyoming for a tale of cold-blooded vengeance. Two years earlier, four high school boys were given suspended sentences for raping a Cheyenne girl. Now, two of the boys have been killed, and only Sheriff Walt Longmire can keep the other two safe. 'Johnson, who lives in Ucross, Wyoming, knows the Western landscape well, and creates stunning and violent scenes of the Rocky Mountains.'-Bookmarks

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  • Jeff D.

    The story was good. The narrator voice great However. He told the story as Walt longmire. Instead of a neutral point of view Also. He did all voices. After awhile they all sounded the same Especially the women. Netflix series. Was great. But going to books after it, I won’t be reading series.

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  • Marilyn P.

    These books are great dialogue. Narration is excellent, especially timing for all the dry humor. I was laughing out loud. I've moved on to next one!

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  • Tamara L.

    I loved this book. It was a fun read. Mixing mystery, beautiful landscape, and humor. And George Guidall? I've listened to his narrations for years. I'm a huge fan! He puts so much spirit into the character of Henry, and every character. They all have their own sound, inflection, etc. I'd listen to this author/narrator combo again in a heartbeat.

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  • Anonymous

    Not the sort of fiction I normally read but I really enjoyed it, partly because the narrator's voice was perfect.

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  • Mark Trevithick

    The story line was engaging, and the list of suspects continued to grow and point to various figures piquing my interest. The hero, if you want to call the main character, Longmire, a hero, ended up worse for the story, The liberties taken with vulgarity, even among the women served no point but to make them less than attractive characters. The narrator does an excellent job, and I've heard him read some Elmer Kelton. He's perfect for it except the his pace. for those who have suffered hearing lost, even with hearing aids, his pace moves faster than I can hear. I'm constantly having to go back and listen to sections.

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  • Lorie R.

    I loved this book. The narrator kept me engaged the entire time. Already listening to book two.

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  • Jackie M.

    I enjoyed this book and narrator very much. It was a bit on the slow side, but very entertaining

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