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Thunder Bay: A Cork O'Connor Mystery (Cork O'Connor Mystery Series Book 7)

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  • Publisher‏:‎ Atria Books; Reprint edition (July 24, 2007)
  • Publication date‏:‎ July 24, 2007
  • Language‏:‎ English
  • File size‏:‎ 6208 KB
  • Text-to-Speech‏:‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader‏:‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting‏:‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray‏:‎ Not Enabled
  • Word Wise‏:‎ Enabled
  • Print length‏:‎ 292 pages
  • Lending‏:‎ Not Enabled

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Thunder Bay: A Cork O'Connor Mystery (Cork O'Connor Mystery Series Book 7)

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Thunder Bay: A Cork O'Connor Mystery (Cork O'Connor Mystery Series Book 7)

529 thought on “Thunder Bay: A Cork O'Connor Mystery (Cork O'Connor Mystery Series Book 7)

  1. I am a life long reader and I read the whole genre of literature from Politics to basket weavingwith one exception, I don t read romance novels Kruger s books, all 18 of them, are withoutexception the overall best writer I have ever read After reading the first one I was hooked I nowhave all of them He tells the story in such a way you are there with him, walking in the woods,or facing whatever obstacles he encounters He has a sit on the front porch rocking chair demeanorthat comes thru in all o [...]


  2. This one rated a 5 Star review mostly because of the native lore and backstories I love this series and so when it seemed to have a slow start please find my 71 year old son, whom I ve never met ho hum , I just kept on reading, trusting in Krueger to work his magic And did he ever I ve always loved the character Henry Meloux, the 90 year old Okjibwe midi or medicine man healer He lets us know about his own back story in this wonderful and engaging novel The ho hum thoughts in the early pages are [...]


  3. I waffled between 3 and 4 stars Krueger is a deft writer, plot lines flow, dialogue is readable, although a bit too precious at times There is one disappointment in this book The trick so many suspense writers use is to have the antagonist spill the evil plans to the protagonist as a way to fill in the blanks in the plot I envision Snidely Whiplash curling his moustache and laughing behind his cape I would have rather had character development for the antagonist and let me figure it out Overall [...]


  4. This is the 7th book in the Cork O Connor series I have read them in order which I recommend , and have enjoyed all of them This one, however, is the best Multiple story lines, and the interesting back story of Henry Meloux Krueger develops so many great characters and different stories The setting in Minnesota and the Lake Superior area is quite interesting, not knowing anything about that part of the country.


  5. Krueger writes wonderfully developed mysteries The characters that flow through each book keeps you hooked and eager to read the next one in the series I ve loved each book My only complaint about this book is that Krueger used this book to express is personal views about how amazing Canada s gun control laws are, and how the United States is lacking That seems ironic considering he s selling books that have gun violence in every volume In fact, one of his books after Thunder Bay, has a honorabl [...]


  6. I couldn t put this novel down It is number seven in the series, and, in my opinion, the best yet On the cover is a prepublication endorsement from Author Michael Connelly who says, Thunder Bay is William Kent Krueger s finest work A strong story with a fast beating heart I agree completely I highly recommend this book, and all the others in this series David B Crawley, M.D author of


  7. Truthfully, I sometimes help out at the library Looking for a new detective series to read, I came across Detective Cork Another plus is of Northern Minn where my mom came from Believe it or not this particular book was not at any of the local libraries with 100 mi area When I read the description for this story I said outloud that this story is the missing link to the Old Man background This book is an important must read Could not put it down.


  8. I ve been able to read the Cork O Connor books in sequence, and the variations between them have been interesting The last two, Blood Hollow and Mercy Falls, which were linked, strayed a bit, I felt, as Mr Kruger experimented with mixing a drama of human hearts with cops and robbers His poetic descriptions of the north woods of Minnesota and Canada have never wavered in quality He still hasn t quite abandoned the plot driving manipulations of rich, evil old men and their wholly owned thugs, but [...]




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