It’s 1943, and Duluth, Minnesota is one of the busiest ports in the world. Most of the iron ore for World War II moves in giant ore boats through a narrow channel separating Lake Superior from the Twin Ports of Duluth and Superior. Spanning that channel is: The Bridge. In those hurried times, as civilians attempt to deal with shortages, loneliness, and daily wartime tragedies, a murder occurs to further warp the daily life. You may want to read this book with your grandchild and explain who Bing Crosby was and what food rationing meant. And, incidentally, enjoy a good mystery.