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Purgatory Ridge by William Kent Krueger

‘Purgatory Ridge’ is William Kent Krueger’s 3rd novel featuring Cork O’Connor and set in the small town of Aurora in Northern Minnesota. I preferred book 2 – ‘Boundary Waters’ to this novel, but still found this one excellent. Karl Lindstrom’s … Continue reading

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Boundary Waters by William Kent Krueger

‘Boundary Waters’ is the 2nd book in William Kent Keueger’s Cork O’Connor series and with each Krueger book that I read, I enjoy his writing more. He has an amazing ability to take me to a place that for me … Continue reading

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William Kent Krueger Profile and Books

William Kent Krueger (known to his friends as Kent) was born in 1950 in Torrington Wyoming. As a child, his family moved a lot but he spent a lot of his time in Oregon and considered it home. Krueger wanted … Continue reading

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Iron Lake by William Kent Krueger

At first I was hesitant to read this book. As a Sydney girl, I don’t relate very well to cold and snow. But, William Kent Krueger has done a brilliant job of bringing the Northern Minnesota winter to life. After … Continue reading

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Ordinary Grace by William Kent Krueger

‘Ordinary Grace’ is a standalone novel by William Kent Krueger (author of the Cork O’Connor series). It is an incredibly moving story and the winner of this year’s Edgar Award. The story is told by Frank Drum 40 years after … Continue reading

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