Thunder Bay by William Kent Krueger
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Thunder Bay Summary
In Thunder Bay, fan favorite Cork O'Connor is back in his hometown of Aurora, Minnesota. He's left his badge behind and is ready for a life of relative peace, setting up shop as a small-town private investigator. But being back at the place where he began comes with its own set of challenges when Henry Meloux, the Ojibwe medicine man who is also Cork's spiritual adviser, makes a request: Will Cork find the son that Henry fathered long ago?
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"Starred Review. Despite the preponderance of back story, the action builds to a violent and satisfying denouement." - PW
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William Kent Krueger Author Biography
William Kent Krueger is the award-winning author of a dozen Cork O'Connor novels, including Northwest Angle and Trickster's Point, as well as the novel Ordinary Grace. He lives in the Twin Cities with his family.
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