By Craig Johnson
In the other identify, Walt is sinking into high-plains wintry weather discontent while his former boss, Lucian Conally, asks him to tackle a mercy case in an adjoining county. Detective Gerald Holman is useless and Lucian desires to be aware of what drove his outdated pal to take his personal existence. With the clock ticking at the start of his first grandchild, Walt learns that the by-the-book detective may have suppressed facts referring to 3 lacking girls. Digging deeper, Walt uncovers an incriminating mystery so darkish that it threatens to say different lives even prior to the sheriff can serve justice—Wyoming type.
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Maggie stuck her envelope of show papers in her now overflowing canvas bag. ” Vince said. Yes, thought Maggie. Let it be a very good show. Chapter 4 Raiden (Japanese god of thunder), 1902 print from portfolio Mythological Japan, published in New York. Raiden has a fierce expression, two goatlike horns, and is surrounded by eight drums. He is endowed with the power to produce thunder by striking the drums with more or less vigor. Price: $40. The soda tasted cold and metallic and delicious. Some days Maggie felt diet soda was the one constant in her life.
They had moved to the “park all night” area, a different part of the field from where people like her were parked, who’d be leaving for the night after the show closed. She hung her garment bag just inside the van’s side door and pulled out a well-worn cooler containing glasses, a bottle of good Portuguese sherry, and a packet of cocktail napkins. Ben was over by Gussie’s van, not far away. “Hey, Ben! ” “No thanks, Dr. Summer—I mean, Maggie. I’m not twenty-one yet. ” “I run races. I’m on a team.
A droll fellow, Officer Taggart. The truck in back of her was beeping steadily now. ” He taped a green label printed SPRING SHOW—DEALER just above the inspection sticker on the inside of her windshield. “Park over in the south field. As soon as you’ve finished unpacking, move your van to the back of the lot so other dealers can unload. ” “No. ” They weren’t so cozy and they weren’t exactly cabins, but the motel was just across the street and had indoor plumbing. “Okay, then. ” Maggie nodded. Same routine as always.
Any Other Name (Walt Longmire, Book 11) by Craig Johnson