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By Craig Johnson

Walt brings Western-style justice to Philadelphia during this action-packed mystery from the New York Times bestselling writer of Dry Bones, the 3rd within the Longmire secret sequence, the foundation for the hit Netflix unique sequence LONGMIRE

Craig Johnson's The Highwayman is now to be had from Viking

Walt Longmire has been Sheriff of Absaroka County, Wyoming, for nearly 1 / 4 of a century, but if he joins his buddy Henry status undergo on a visit to the town of concord to determine his daughter, Cady, he is in for a surprise. Walt hasn't even positioned his boots up while Cady is viciously attacked and left close to demise at the steps of the Franklin Institute. He quickly discovers that she has unwittingly get involved in a dangerous political cover-up. subsidized via Henry, puppy, Deputy Victoria Moretti, and the full Moretti posse of Philadelphia law enforcement officials, Walt unpacks his saddlebag of tips to mete out a few Western-style justice.

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