Death Warmed Over

Novelist William Kent Krueger's fictional northwoods town is a hotbed of racial tension and cold-blooded murder

Tony Nelson

"One of the things I like about the mystery genre is that when you gather with other mystery writers you realize that most of us come to this with gray already in our hair. I'm not quite sure quite why that is." Krueger settles into the vinyl booth that has become his creative sanctum. "You know," he says thoughtfully, "the smartest thing I ever did was to stop trying to write the Great American Novel."

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