Heaven's Keep

Heaven's Keep

A Cork O'Connor Mystery

Book - 2009
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Intrepid hero Cork O'Connor faces the most harrowing mission of his life when a charter plane carrying his wife, Jo, goes missing in a snowstorm over the Wyoming Rockies.

Months after the tragedy, two women show up on Cork's doorstep with evidence that the pilot of Jo's plane was not the man he claimed to be. It may not be definitive proof, but it's a ray of light in the darkness. Agreeing to investigate, Cork travels to Wyoming, where he battles the interference of local law enforcement who may be on the take, the open hostility of the Northern Arapaho, who have much to lose if the truth is known, and the continuing attempts on his life by assassins who shadow his every move. At the center of all the danger and deception lies the possibility that Jo's disappearance was not the end of her, that somewhere along the labyrinthine path of his search, maybe even in the broad shadow of Heaven's Keep itself, Cork will find her alive and waiting for him.
Publisher: New York : Atria Books, 2009.
Edition: 1st Atria Books hardcover ed.
ISBN: 9781416556770
141655677X
9781416556763
1416556761
Characteristics: p. cm.

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clarafuller
Feb 12, 2014

You can nearly skip the first half of this book because you know that Cork O'Connor is not going to quit until he finds his wife, dead or alive. So the first half is simply a preamble until Cork comes back to this territory. Otherwise, a typical Cork O'Connor story.

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melvynl123
Jul 18, 2012

I really enjoyed this book.
I have always b een a great CJ Box fan, but now Kent-Krueger has taken his place.

This book has lots of exciting twists in the story, especially at the end.
If you like the outward bound mystery and adventure, this book you should read

Great Book!!!!

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charlie2911
Jun 09, 2012

The 8th novel of the Cork O'Connor series. In this story Cork's wife disappears when a small charter plane crashes in a mountainous area. Much of the book is taken up with Cork and his son searching for her.

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kayjay
May 22, 2010

Too long. Needs a good edit. Stretches believability and full of stereotyping. Finished it but felt irritated throughout.

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Jmoulden
Jan 09, 2010

My first read of this author. Look forward to his other efforts.

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