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Louise Penny keeps the pages turning

Canadian mystery novelist Louise Penny pens the Inspector Gamache series, featuring the smart and deeply introspective Armand Gamache, his family, colleagues, and friends in the quirky village of Three Pines.   383 more words

Review

5 Fabulous Audiobooks

According to my GoodReads shelf, I have read 171 audiobooks since December of 2007 when I first opened my account there. That averages out to over 21 per year. 831 more words

Audio

Welcome to The Infinity Dream Award

I have been nominated to The Infinity Dream Award by Soso, a French blogger I have followed and appreciated for quite a while now. In… 1,327 more words

New in the Shop this Weekend! (August 28th)

Come check out a few of our most highly-anticipated laydowns this weekend. These gorgeous new hardcovers include Rising Strong, from self-help guru Brené Brown, Erik Fassnacht’s… 274 more words

An accessible woman

She will be my role-model from this time forward: a woman of grace and humor. While I have not (yet) read a word of any of her books, I am a fan.  252 more words

Writing

The Beautiful Mystery by Louise Penny

In a remote Quebec monastery fame has caused dissent and murder. Chief Inspector Gamache and Inspector Beauvoir must shift through darkness and light to find the murderer. 142 more words

Bestselling Mystery Writer Louise Penny Discusses Her New Novel

Mystery author Louise Penny has won the Agatha Award for best mystery novel of the year five times, but she balks at the Christie comparison. Instead of Hercule Poirot, Penny has brought readers Inspector Armand Gamache, the head of homicide at the Sûreté du Québec who is a mentor, a leader, a brilliant detective and a beloved husband and father. 1,533 more words