Summary

William Kent Krueger is the award-winning author of the popular Cork O’Connor mysteries. In Purgatory Ridge, Krueger crafts a riveting tale that has ex-sheriff O’Connor on the case after a heated town debate turns deadly.
The local Anishinaabe Indian tribe is furious to discover that Karl Lindstrom’s lumber mill is after a grove of trees sacred to tribal lore. So when the mill gets bombed, killing a man, the tribe is blamed. But O’Connor has a different theory.
Solve another case with Cork O'Connor.
©2001 William Kent Krueger (P)2010 Recorded Books, LLC
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5 out of 5 stars
By Pamela Meggitt on 09-10-16

A really satisfying thriller on many levels

A great story with intricate plots that weave together into a totally unexpected but believable climax. The characters developed as the setting in Northern Minnesota is brought to life as a worthy backdrop to this excellent book. The author's knowledge of the first American tribes brings them sensitively into the plot. The wide compass of this story makes it a compelling read.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Kitty on 29-08-13

If you like Longmire...

You will like this series. It is similar to Longmire in many ways, but has more family involvement. It definitely keeps your interest and you find yourself becoming more invested in getting to know the family and hoping for the best for all it's members.

I will eventually work my way through this series. I am glad that I took a chance.

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4 out of 5 stars
By David Powell on 23-04-15

Good listen

Solid story with twists. Good presentation. Keeps you wanting more. Diverse personalities. Will read more of the series.

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