Craig Johnson | A Serpent's Tooth

Jul 25 2013 7:00 pm
Location: 
Street:
Viridian Events Center
Additional:
8030 South 1825 West
City:
West Jordan
,
Province:
Utah
Postal Code:
84088
Country:
United States

Trouble seems to find Sheriff Walt Longmire and Henry Standing Bear no matter where they go. When it's disguised as religion, someone's going to get hurt. Cord Lynear is a "lost boy"; that is, a teenager whose male elders have kicked him out of a polygamous compound. Why are there polygamists in Absaroka county anyway? In the course of trying to reunite Cord with someone, anyone, who can help him, Walt, Henry, and of course, Vic, discover that this "peaceful" group has very expensive weapons and a whole lot to hide. Craig Johnson has done it again; taken us on a thrill ride we won't soon forget. They just get better and better!
 

Craig Johnson, bestselling author of the Walt Longmire mystery series, will discuss his writing and how his books have become a popular television series on A&E. The evening will include a screening of the pilot episode of "Longmire."

 

 

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