The 13th Longmire book is great fun. This one is set on a train that has been restored to its original glory. The story flip flops between the past and now revealing a great deal of personal information about Longmire and really building on his character. All of the favorite characters are present although Vic and Henry play supporting roles. I really enjoyed this one even though it ends with a cliffhanger I believe that the book stands on its own. Is it personal or is Longmire just doing his job? Why travel every few years to speak to the parole board against releasing a man with a life time sentence? For those of you who like stories with some values, morals and ethics this is the one for you.