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The Beautiful Mystery - by Louise Penny

I read my first Louise Penny novel – the first one she wrote (Still Life) – thanks to an old college friend of mine. 558 more words


A Fatal Grace (Penny)

Although she announces the victim in the first sentence of the book, for about 50 pages or so, I actually hoped that this wasn’t a mystery. 178 more words


A Rule Against Murder by Louse Penny (#4 Armand Gamache)

A Rule Against Murder by Louise Penny

Published: 2009

A Rule Against Murder by Louise Penny is the 4th in the Armand Gamache Series. 471 more words


Cowardly Reader

I admit it, I sometimes start books but set them aside before I finish. Right now LaRose, by Louise Erdrich, has been on my coffee table far too many days. 309 more words

Louise Penny - A Fatal Grace.

A Fatal Grace – Louise Penny (2006, St. Martin’s Minotaur, New York)

A bizarre death by electrocution on a frozen pond in the middle of a Christmas Day curling tournament  leads Chief Inspector Armand Gamache and his team once again to the small Quebec village of Three Pines.  69 more words

Book Review

Still Life by Louise Penny

Although this review is for Still Life, this is really a review of the whole series of Chief Inspector Gamache novels by Louise Penney but we may as well start at the beginning. 220 more words

For a Séance in the Dark*

A recent post from Moira at Clothes in Books (also on the Guardian Website Book Pages) had to do with fictional séances. It’s an interesting topic, actually. 987 more words

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