Dry Bones audiobook – Walt Longmire, Book 11

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Status: Completed
Version: Unabridged
Author: Craig Johnson
Narrator: George Guidall
Series: Walt Longmire
Genre: Literature & Fiction
Updated: 21/12/2023
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Dry Bones Audiobook by Craig Johnson: A Riveting Tale of Mystery in the Vast Wyoming Wilderness

As I nestled into my well-worn armchair one crisp autumn evening, the world outside painted in shades of orange and red, I plunged into the rugged landscapes of Wyoming with Dry Bones, the 11th installment of the Walt Longmire series by Craig Johnson. The solitude of my home study, lined with shelves of treasured tales, provided a silent sanctuary for this latest literary escapade. With a warm blanket draped over my knees and a steaming mug of apple cider within reach, I was ready to lose myself in the mystery narrated by the incomparable George Guidall.

Dry Bones is not just another chapter in the life of Sheriff Walt Longmire; it’s an intricate puzzle set against the backdrop of a small town with deep roots and deeper secrets. Craig Johnson’s storytelling prowess is on full display here, weaving together threads of history, law, and human nature into a tapestry as compelling as it is complex.

The discovery of Jen, an enormous Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton, initially seems like a boon for the High Plains Dinosaur Museum. However, when Danny Lone Elk’s body surfaces under dubious circumstances on his property – the same property housing Jen’s ancient bones – conflict erupts. Claims to Jen’s remains come from all quarters: Danny’s family eyes an inheritance while federal interests loom large.

George Guidall’s voice brings authenticity to each character he portrays. His gravelly tones and measured pacing echo through my study as if Walt himself were recounting his tale by a crackling campfire under a starlit sky. There’s something about Guidall’s narration that transcends mere reading – it’s storytelling at its finest.

As claims turn contentious and millions hang in balance, Sheriff Longmire finds himself entangled in more than just a legal battle; he confronts a mystery where every clue unearthed leads to more questions than answers. With his old friend Lucian Connolly, Omar Rhoades, his loyal Dog (with a capital D), and best mate Henry Standing Bear at his side, Longmire delves into an investigation that spans geologic eras yet feels as immediate as the chill in the air signaling winter’s approach.

Johnson captures not only the spirit of adventure but also infuses his narrative with humor and heart – qualities that make Walt Longmire more than just a lawman; he’s a man shaped by his environment and experiences.

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In conclusion, Dry Bones stands tall in its genre – a testament to Craig Johnson’s ability to craft tales that resonate with authenticity and intrigue. As I reached the end of my listening experience and set down my empty mug, I felt enriched by another visit to Absaroka County – its landscapes so vividly painted by words and brought to life by voice.

So grab your own beverage of choice (I recommend something warm), settle back in your favorite chair, and let George Guidall guide you through this enthralling tale where history collides with modernity under Wyoming’s wide-open skies.

Happy listening,

Stephen

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