Being treated for lung cancer has changed so much in my life but not the love of reading.
In "Trickster's Point," William Kent Krueger again takes the reader to the upper Minnesota American Indian Indian setting.
Cork O'Connor goes fishing with his childhood friend, Jubal Little, who is in the early stages of a run for Minnesota governor when someone shoots Little with an arrow and kills him. Because Cork waited with his friend until Little died, he becomes a suspect.
Also in the story are Winonah Crane and her brother Willie, all characters, childhood friends.
The story is nicely told with realistic characters and a picturesque setting.