Thunder Bay (Cork O'Connor, #7)

Thunder Bay (Cork O'Connor, #7) - William Kent Krueger Nice fast-moving stuff; the third of Krueger's Cork O'Connor mysteries that I've read. This one's about fathers and children, with the old wise man Henry making a deathbed effort to find his lost son, and the domestic parallel for O'Connor being the unwanted pregnancy of his daughter. There's an intensely dramatic flashback to Henry's own youth, set in the wilds near Thunder Bay (which made me happy). There's also a rather bizarre initial phase to the plot where the details of Howard Hughes' self-exile seem rather too precisely transferred to the self-exiled industrialist son - until it becomes apparent that that is in fact the point; well done, Mr. Krueger; you caught me on that one.