Tag Archives: William Kent Krueger

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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