Burnt Out

Burnt Out Susan Koefod
  • Title: Burnt Out
  • Author: Susan Koefod
  • ISBN: 9780878396634
  • Page: 116
  • Format: Paperback
  • Burnt Out Susan Koefod Burnt Out A burnt out social worker is reluctantly caught up in the suspicious disappearance of a world famous geologist and learns her own life is in danger Will she be able to forget the disaster of her faile
    A burnt out social worker is reluctantly caught up in the suspicious disappearance of a world famous geologist and learns her own life is in danger Will she be able to forget the disaster of her failed love affair and reach out to the only person who can truly help her detective Arvo Thorson Praise for Burnt Out Prickly but principled social worker Christine Ivory is fA burnt out social worker is reluctantly caught up in the suspicious disappearance of a world famous geologist and learns her own life is in danger Will she be able to forget the disaster of her failed love affair and reach out to the only person who can truly help her detective Arvo Thorson Praise for Burnt Out Prickly but principled social worker Christine Ivory is feeling burned out on the job, and retreats to the family place in Minnesota s north woods Burnt Out, the third in a richly realized series from Susan Koefod, captures the complex push pull of home and family, not to mention the dark underbelly of idyllic small town life Add a missing geologist and a ripped from the headlines clash over oil and gas rights, and Koefod hits a gusher of motives for murder Erin Hart, award winning author of The Book of Killowen Koefod skillfully captures the many layers of drama and tension underlying small town life Brian Freeman, international bestselling author of Spilled Blood
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    About Susan Koefod


    1. A native Minnesotan, Susan Koefod spent much of her girlhood taking long bicycle rides and walks through hilly Dakota County and along the beautiful Mississippi River valley that shapes the state s southeastern border Such excursions typically filled her imagination with poetry and story ideas In fact, she invariably thought of herself in the third person, and she fictionalized herself in her early stories, but she relegated herself to the background as she could always invent interesting characters to play the starring roles.Susan Koefod is an award winning novelist Her Arvo Thorson mystery series was praised by Library Journal as a smashing debut with astute observations and gorgeous prose She has also widely published prose and poetry, including placing short stories in national magazines and anthologies NAMING THE STARS Curiosity Quills Press, September 2016 is her young adult debut She is a recent recipient of a McKnight Artist Fellowship for Writers, administered by the Loft Literary Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota Five 25,000 awards are presented annually to accomplished Minnesota writers and spoken word artists She holds an M.F.A in writing from Hamline University, and lives with her family in West St Paul, Minnesota.


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    1. Just as in her other two books in this series, Koefod crafts a smart, quick paced read I love that this book delves into the life and mind of Christine Ivory, placing us squarely in her territory The small town dynamics and quirky characters are right on and the mystery tied up in the land is the perfect backdrop for Ivory s inner quest Koefod s poetic language once again gives us an intimate lay of the land, this time focusing on western Minnesota Her research and treatment of contemporary topi [...]

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