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Vermilion Drift by William Kent Krueger
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Sep 14, 10

bookshelves: minnesota, mystery, family, memory, mines, truth, northernmn
Read in September, 2010

In Krueger's tenth novel in the Cork O'Conner series, the readers find themselves deep in the mines of northern Minnesota where a discovery of a secret room holding bodies sends the past rushing to the front of everyone's minds. And Cork, who has always been surrounded by his family, is now living alone but finding himself questioning just what a family is.
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