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Minnesota author William Kent Krueger speaks March 11 at library

The virtual book talk about "This Tender Land" will be March 11.

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William Kent Krueger

Kitchigami Regional Library System (KRLS) is hosting a free, virtual book talk with acclaimed author William Kent Krueger at 6 p.m. Thursday, March 11 via Zoom.

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William Kent Krueger

He will discuss his latest book, "This Tender Land" and topics related to Minnesota history and research.

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Krueger is the author of the New York Times bestselling “Ordinary Grace,” winner of the Edgar Award for best novel, as well as 18 Cork O’Connor novels, including "Desolation Mountain" and
“Sulfur Springs.” His work has received many other awards, including the Minnesota Book Award, the Loft-McKnight Fiction Award, the Anthony Award, the Barry Award, the Dilys Award, and the Friends of American Writers Prize. His last nine novels were all New York Times bestsellers.

To register, sign up at the Legacy Programs Facebook page @KRLSLegacy or call the Park Rapids Library at 732-4966.

This free Legacy Program is funded, in part or in whole, with money from the vote of the people of Minnesota on Nov. 4, 2008 which dedicated funding to preserve Minnesota’s arts and cultural heritage.

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