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All of Louise Penny's books are an exceptional treat. I'm even reading them over again.Published 6 hours ago by Fluter
I have thoroughly enjoyed each book in this series, so far. The suspense is just right, and I've grown fond of the characters. Armand Gamache is a treasurePublished 1 day ago by NANCY COTT
This book is so well written. I am an avid fan of this Inspector and am always excited when a new book comes out.Published 5 days ago by Amazon Customer
One of the best mystery writers out there. Also enjoyable for the sense of history.Published 6 days ago by Catherine B. Harper
I love Louise Penny's Armonde Gamache mystery series; the Chief Inspector is one of my favorite fictional characters. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Nancy
Continues to be the best series of books. I only have 4 more to read and I know I will be sorry when I reach the last one. I buy several of the series at a time an savory them. Read morePublished 14 days ago by BARBARA SCIBELLI
I enjoy all of the Louise Penny--Inspector Gamache novels. They are light reading, great for summer or anytime one wants a break from more heavy fiction.Published 14 days ago by Patricia Mersy
The two main characters of this series, Gamache and Beauvoir are revealed as flawed but honorable men. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Susan
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[[Louise Penny has provided many hours of enjoyment with her mystery series set in the Canadian village of Three Pines. Her latest installment, Bury your Dead, does not disappoint. The book opens in Quebec City where Chief inspector Armand Gamache is recovering both physically and emotionally... Read More
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