'The characters talk straight from the hip and the Wyoming landscape is its own kind of eloquence' New York Times Sheriff Walt Longmire's daughter, Cady, is getting married. Walt and old friend Henry Standing Bear are the de facto wedding planners and fear Cady's wrath when the wedding locale arrangements go up in smoke two weeks before the big event. The pair set out to find a new site for the nuptials on the Cheyenne Reservation, but their scouting expedition ends in horror as they witness a young Crow woman plummeting from Painted Warrior's majestic cliffs. It's not Walt's turf, but the newly appointed tribal police chief and Iraqi war veteran, the beautiful Lolo Long, shanghais him into helping with the investigation . . .... the road but had circled back to the front of the bar, and I could hear the sound of the Dodgea#39;s starter, grinding away. ... of the Freightliner full of unhappy cows when another horn sounded and caused my heart to skip like a warped record ... There was a well-worn trail at the base of the ditch beside a barbed-wire fence.
|Title||:||As the Crow Flies|
|Publisher||:||Hachette UK - 2013-09-28|