Yet another solid entry in the Cork O'Connor series. I really love how Krueger mixes the Native American culture with rural white culture of the upper mid-west. The mystery is always good in this series where you can kind of work out who is involved, but you never quite now how it all plays out until the end.
A bit of a SPOILER - I didn't like how none of Cork's immediate family was in this book. Some of it is explained by what happened in the last book, but I just feel like not having any of his family in the story took a bit away from the characters I have loved in the series. With that said, I understand that even in the fictional world, time moves on for people.