Ordinary Grace by William Kent Krueger

Reviewed by Anonymous (Library Patron)

This book was set in rural Minnesota in or around 1961. If you lived during this time it is easy for you to be transported back to that mind set. The characters in this book are defined in an authentic way. The book is written in first person reflective style. The “writer” is named Frank. He is the middle child in an average family reflective of the time period. Several significant deaths occurred during this particular summer. Frank recalls and describes them as he reflects on incidents of his childhood. This book had several twists and turns in the plot that made it an interesting read. I would rate the book as an above average read.

Located in Adult Fiction (FIC KRUEGER)

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