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What Happened to Clara?


From Kirkus Reviews: …Halleson clearly has a strong understanding of the Norwegian-Americans who populate her novel, and their depictions seem extremely authentic. She’s equally skilled at representing the criminal mind, and the passages from the perspective of a kidnapper are chilling…. Continue reading

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On Being Norwegian-American


I have known for a long time that I was different, not only because I felt it, but because I was often told this by friends, co-workers, and acquaintances.  A little background might be in order: I grew up on … Continue reading

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