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Heaven's Keep by William Kent Krueger
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Oct 19, 2010

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Read from October 19 to 20, 2010

Cork O'Connor's wife goes missing with several others in a plane crash in Wyoming during a snowstorm. And given the severity of the snow and the miles of terrain to explore, it seems certain that all aboard the plane are dead. But what seems at first to be a tragic accident becomes more complex as Cork digs deeper into the world of the Arapaho Indians in Wyoming and the corruption involving a new casino. What really happened to that plane?

Another highly engaging mystery from William Kent Krueger. Not especially memorable, but enjoyable and gripping while it lasts. Each O'Connor mystery makes me excited to read the next and wherever you pick up the series, I'm sure you'll feel the same way, especially if you're from Minnesota.

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