Junkyard Dogs - Craig Johnson Junkyard Dogs (Walt Longmire Mysteries) by Johnson, Craig (2011) Paperback - Craig Johnson

This one opens with probably the funniest incidents in the series, I don't want to spoil it, just trust me.  Actually, there's quite a few things in the opening chapters of this book to chuckle at or with.

But it wouldn't be much of a mystery novel if it stayed that way.  And so one chuckle-worthy happening is used by Walt to try to help one of his deputies.  And then another string of comic events and characters ends with a corpse or two turning up.  Which pretty much stops the laughter.  It's really a shame, I liked one of the people who died -- and the family of one of the others.  (Which isn't to say that it's not a shame when it happens to characters I don't like)
The mystery was a little easier to solve than I really like, but these books aren't really so much about the whodunit as they are about what happens with Walt and co. while they figure it out. On that front, this was pretty entertaining.
Seeds were planted for something involving Henry's brother.  Well, seeds have been planted already -- I guess I should say that the previously planted seeds about Henry's brother got a decent watering. However you want to look at it -- something's brewing on that front, and it's not going to be pretty when it's done.  I hope the same isn't the case with the impending nuptials.
As usual, with a book that takes in a part of the country like Absaroka County, WY, you have to worry about the number of murders and the risk posed to everyday residents of it.  But at least they've got a lawman on their side who'll make sure that those who disturb that corner of the woods pay for it. And not to sound too callous, but as long as these books keep being that entertaining, I can live with the hit to the census.
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