Ordinary Grace Setting

William Kent Krueger
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New Bremen, MN

The Drum family lived in what was called the Flats of New Bremen, MN. It wasn’t the poor side of town but it wasn’t the wealthiest either. The wealthy people, especially the Brandt family, lived up in the hills that overlooked the Flats and the main street of New Bremen. Across the street from the Drum residence was the Third Avenue Methodist Church where Nathan was pastor. Beyond the Flats was the train tracks and train trestle. The bodies of three dead people were found in the vicinity of the train trestle.

Young Frank and Jake Drum had the run of the city and the Flats although they were told to stay away from the train tracks and train trestle after deaths occurred. The boys walked to the barbershop to get their hair cut and stopped by the local pharmacy for a soda after...

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