Depth of Winter

Depth of Winter

eBook - 2018
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"The new novel in Craig Johnson's beloved New York Times bestselling Longmire series. Welcome to Walt Longmire's worst nightmare. In Craig Johnson's latest mystery, Depth of Winter, an international hit man and the head of one of the most vicious drug cartels in Mexico has kidnapped Walt's beloved daughter, Cady, to auction her off to his worst enemies, of which there are many. The American government is of limited help and the Mexican one even less. Walt heads into the one-hundred-and-ten degree heat of the Northern Mexican desert alone, one man against an army"-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: New York, New York : Viking, [2018]
ISBN: 9780525522485
9780525522478
Branch Call Number: FICTION Joh
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Welcome to Walt Longmire's worst nightmare: an international hit man and the head of one of the most vicious drug cartels in Mexico has kidnapped Walt's beloved daughter, Cady, to auction her off to his enemies. The American government is of limited help, and the Mexican one even less. Walt heads... Read More »


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lsilzel
Oct 07, 2020

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sotoworks
Sep 25, 2020

Having lived for years in Chihuahua, Johnson did a accurate depiction of life, culture and the cartels. It is intense, sad, but true.

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readonandon
Feb 06, 2020

An international hit man and head of one of the most vicious drug cartels in Mexico kidnaps Cady.

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Blue_18
Aug 08, 2019

Walt Longmire alone in Mexico, without his friends (friends who normally save him and keep us entertained), we find that he is a bore. You keep wishing they would just kill him and put all of us out of our misery. I would give this negative stars if I could.

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mchan2014
Mar 18, 2019

Not my favorite. Almost seems as if the author is getting tired. I didn't think the story was as well developed as the stories of the past.

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scotthoneyman
Feb 27, 2019

Who knew there were sharks in the Mexican desert? The Longmire series found one in this book, and jumped it. Written without the subtlety of earlier books, and with an implausible plot, this one falls far short.

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NedSu
Dec 08, 2018

This novel in the Walt Longmire stands out as an aberration from the usual slow and studied pace. This time the protagonist is out of Wyoming and out of time. He acts quickly and decisively as he goes to the rescue of his daughter. While it may seem out of character for the Longmire we've grown accustomed to, he is a fine middle-qged action hero. The author feels free to use more humor to counter the heavy action. Still, like most followers of Walt Longmire, I wouldn't mind seeing him back into Wyoming for the next novel.

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bearcat836
Dec 08, 2018

I really enjoy the Longmire books, but this was just a little too far-fetched. There were some comic moments, but Walt's "honor" was putting him in my 'too stupid to live' category. I hope for better in the future.

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Shellie1_us
Dec 07, 2018

Walt Longmire does not disappoint in this book about Cady being kidnapped by his old enemy Tomas Bidarte. Tomas sends a postcard with one word, "come". Henry is left to guard Lola his granddaughter. Walt meets the blind seer, who helps him find the way, and meets people who might help or might turn him over to Bidarte. Guzman is a old friend who is quite funny, and dangerous. But the soccer balls are a awful reminder of the terrible reality of the evil of the drug cartels. No low to low for those scum drug dealers.

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Carolwagers
Nov 15, 2018

I ordinarily love Craig Johnson's books. I am a huge fan of his Walt Longmire series. This book didn't make the grade for me. It was such a far-fetched conglomoration of unlikely circumstances and miraculously impossible escapes. Completely unbelievable. Perhaps he should plan to leave Walt in Wyoming. Those stories are far more believable.

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