Grudges that go back generations, a renegade wolf threatening, messages from Virgil White Buffalo that mean a child is in danger, and a shepherd’s suicide confound a wounded Walt Longmire.
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Slowly others have emerged to stand with Jane Hawk on her quest to take down the architects of an operation to control every level of society via an army of mind-altered citizens.
Resigned to spinsterhood, Chloe Muirhead concocts an outrageous scheme that will give her what she wants while Ralph gets what he needs. No emotions. No demands.
A tip from an ex-convict seems intrigues Inspector Ian Rutledge: Alan Barrington is a suspect in murder and has evaded capture for ten years. It’s possible capturing him can save Rutledge’s job.
With Captain Williams and Rachel her only allies, Bess must not put them at risk as she tries to find answers. But there is a murderer here who is driven to kill again and again.
Mistaken identity slows down the hunt, as Detective Will Trent of the GBI discovers the truth of who’s dead. And is saddled with a woman detective who has reason to hate him.
Ashes disturbed, a Trinity curmudgeon murdered, and a ruby ring left behind raises all sorts of old memories with Meg Langslow having all the right reasons to investigate.