Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Review: Hell Is Empty by Craig Johnson

Hell Is Empty by Craig Johnson

Hell Is Empty by Craig Johnson. A Walt Longmire Mystery. Viking Hardcover, June 2011.

This is not a typical crime novel, with the Wyoming Sheriff, in pursuit of an escaped killer through mountainous territory during a particularly brutal snowstorm, alone most of the time and, in a twist for a series-based thriller, being the source of much of the suspense.

Read the full text of our review at Mysterious Reviews: Hell Is Empty by Craig Johnson.

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