Tag Archives: William Kent Krueger

The Last Few Weeks . . .

Thanks for stopping by. We are back to whatever “normal” is after two weeks of scary fire storms. Nearly everyone I’ve talk to was affected by the fires, either through the death of a loved one, the loss of a … Continue reading

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My Week In Review

Hi! Thanks for stopping by to check on my week. We had a lovely Easter weekend – nice and calm. The highlight of Easter was watching our little guy with his first Easter Egg Hunt. He helped Mommy dye bright … Continue reading

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My Week . . .

Hi everyone! I hope you had as good a week as I did. Basically it was a pretty quiet week. We only ventured out one time to go to the movies. I’ll tell you about that at the end. In … Continue reading

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Book Review: Ordinary Grace by William Kent Krueger

So many of my book-loving friends have told me about how much they enjoyed this book. Now I finally see what they were talking about. I actually came to the author through his Cork O’Connor mysteries. Those are quite delightful. … Continue reading

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Who Is Cork O’Connor?

The easy answer is: A character created by William Kent Krueger. The tough answer is this: He’s a complicated guy who has grown and developed throughout fifteen novels. He’s not perfect, but very likable. Cork O’Connor was a cop who … Continue reading

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