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Northwest Angle

A Cork O'Connor Novel

by William Kent Krueger

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Northwest Angle by William Kent Krueger
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  • Published in USA  Aug 2011
    368 pages
    Genre: Thrillers

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Zeliasgrand

Gripping and makes you think
This is the only book I have read by this author. I found it very interesting and raced through it -- so it held my interest. But then as I thought more about it, I found what I considered to be a major plot "hole" that bothered me in retrospect. It's a good read but I don't know that I will re-read it, as I often do with favorites
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