Foreign Correspondences – Globe and Mail March 25, 2013

In Foreign Correspondences, Lesley Krueger pursues her self-search with intellectual rigour and remarkable grace. Peripatetic travel is the plot of her life and she wants to know why. Is she reversing the story of her Swedish grandmother, who always lamented her immigration to Canada? Krueger started travelling as soon as she could, to the Yukon, to San Francisco, Mexico and Brazil, to India and Japan, innumerable places, and she describes how these travels made her the person she is.

Rosemary Sullivan
The Globe and Mail