Craig Johnson Books in Order

Craig Johnson is most often linked with the action genre because he tap into the elements of human deception that makes these works so memorable.

Craig Johnson can be compared with James Patterson, David Baldacci, Delia Owens, Michael Connelly, and even John Grisham. Our favorite mysteries often include a detective or amateur sleuth, but what sets these books apart is how those key characters follow the clues to unravel the mystery. 

Books in order for Walt Longmire Series.

Fans love the works of Craig Johnson because his unique style sets him apart from other books in the action genre. His books are well-known, with rave reviews from readers. Craig Johnson is often recognized as a leader in books about murder and crime solving.

At Thrillerfix, we’ve got a special appreciation for the works of Craig Johnson. It’s our belief that our audiences will love the words and works of Craig Johnson too. That’s why we’ve put together these books in order. Whatever order you read them in, we hope you enjoy! 

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Walt Longmire Series

1. The Cold Dish

2. Death without Company

3. Kindness Goes Unpunished

4. Another Man's Moccasins

5. The Dark Horse

6. Junkyard Dogs

7. Hell is Empty

8. As the Crow Flies

9. A Serpent's Tooth

10. Any Other Name

12. An Obvious Fact

13.The Western Star

14. Depth of Winter

15. Land of Wolves

16. Next to Last Stand

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