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"Iron Lake" by Krueger

4 Ratings: 0.8
Written in 1998, winner of the Anthony Award in 1999

This is the author's first novel and it won the Anthony and Barry Awards.

Author: William Kent Krueger
Genre: Mystery & Thrillers
Publisher: Pocket Books (January 1985)
Date Published: 08-01-98
2 reviews about "Iron Lake" by Krueger
Quick Tip by . June 21, 2010
I think it would help the reader if they had a map of Minnesota and placed the town of Aurora on the map.
review by . June 21, 2010
The story takes place in Aurora, Minnesota, during the winter. There are more people traveling by skis and snowmobiles than by cars.      Judge Robert Parrent is found dead, a possible suicide. The newspaper boy, Paul LeBeau, is missing. Paul's papers were delivered to each home on his route, up to the Judge's.      Cork O'Connor, once a cop in Chicago, and former sheriff, feels compelled to take action when there's need to solve a crime.   …
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