Friday, March 10

Blood Hollow by William Kent Krueger

Review by Andrea Maloney

When the body of a high school student is found all evidence points to her boyfriend. But Aurora's former Sheriff, Cork O'Connor,  doesn't believe it for a minute. Small town bigotry and bureaucracy hinder his efforts to find the truth but in the end the truth will be revealed.

This is a wonderfully written book.  Terrific mystery with more twists and turns than a roller coaster, great cast of characters and an evocative and beautiful setting. William Krueger creates in depth characters and the writing is breathtaking. This is the fourth in the Cork O'Connor series.


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