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Blood Hollow by William Kent Krueger
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Sep 07, 2008

really liked it
bookshelves: 2005-reads, mystery-thrillers, cork-o-conner-series, series

(#4 of the Cork O’Conner Series)-Krueger is great at keeping the suspense from beginning to end. Although this book was a bit removed from reality, it was filled with a spiritual hopefulness that helped weave goodness in the story of murder. A teenage girl is murdered in the dead of winter. When her body is found in the spring, the suspicion is directed to a young Indian boy. Cork doesn’t think he is guilty. Jo is defending the boy. Cork starts his own investigation even though he isn’t sheriff anymore. The sheriff is a troubled, arrogant man who doesn’t want Cork anywhere near the investigation.
This book definitely kept my attention but the ending was lame. The story was a bit lame as well.

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