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Good grief! If I'd wanted a book on Quebec history I'd have bought one! This book went on and on and on!!!! Thought it was supposed to be a mystery! Read morePublished 11 days ago by Cookie
This is my favorite so far in the series! A gripping story within a story. I think she is one of the best writers of this genre. Loved it!Published 12 days ago by Valerie Anne
3 story lines, rehashing the previous book was ok, the main story line dragged on and on, and the kidnapping story was ok. Read morePublished 13 days ago by CeCe
I have read all in the series by Louse Penny. I found this one a little hard to follow at times, especially because I didn't want it to take the turns it did. Read morePublished 13 days ago by jangoin
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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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