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A Great Reckoning by Louise Penny

Only Louise Penny (or Armand Gamache) could correlate the death of a Surete Academy professor in Montreal with a map drawn during the first world war that was found in the walls of Gavri and Olivier’s bistro in Three Pines. 324 more words


'Still Life' by Louise Penny

Finally getting around to this popular Canadian series that has worldwide recognition. What a great introduction to Chief Inspector Armand Gamache and the residents of Three Pines. 248 more words


Book Review: Still Life (Deadly Dull)

Why? Why did I buy this? It was cheap. Still Life is a simple little civilized murder mystery, where nothing runs too deep and no one gets too emotionally involved. 86 more words

Artful Blasphemy

Still Life, by Louise Penny

If you haven’t yet read a mystery by Louise Penny, my Five Star Friday recommendation is to start at the beginning with Still Life. Her current… 464 more words

Reader's Advisory

Louise Penny's Writing Advice

It takes us so long to find the right story, to be at the right place in our lives to be able to tell it, and then to have the time (and the community!) to make that story everything it can be. 234 more words

The Brutal Telling by Louise Penny (#5 Armand Gamache)

The Brutal Telling by Louise Penny

Published: 2010

The Brutal Telling by Louise Penny is the 5th in the Chief Inspector Armand Gamache Series (also known as the Three Pines Series). 579 more words


Louise Penny's The Hangman

“Armand Gamache didn’t like what he was looking at … A man was hanging from a tree in front of him.”

The calm, collected Chief Inspector Armand Gamache stands “still and silent, like the forest itself” as the police search the area deep in the woods of Quebec where the body is found. 565 more words