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Every book captures you on the first page. Look forward to the next one!Published 9 days ago by Susan r fowler
Great book in the Inspector Gamache series. Resolves issues from a previous book.Published 11 days ago by Mr. E
This one gave food for thought on how to deal with difficulties and loss.Published 13 days ago by TeeshaB
i like mysteries because they are NOT serial books-hers are the exception. i did not read them in order so i knew about the "raid" ending, etc. before reading other books. Read morePublished 14 days ago by daditch
As one raised in Maine, Penny's gifted portrayal of Quebec rings lovingly true for me. Three Pines and all its characters play off Chief Inspector Gamache and his quirky crew. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Kindle Customer
The Inspector Gamache series just gets better and better. Louise Penny is a fine writer with an eye and ear for detail and well drawn characters. Read morePublished 18 days ago by SavySandra
I'm working my way through the Chief Inspector Gamache series and really have enjoyed getting to know all of the regular characters from Three Pines, as well as the Chief himself... Read morePublished 21 days ago by Troy W
Somehow I have been reading this series all out of order. This volume gave the back story of a major story arc that I had already read about. Read morePublished 22 days ago by FLO
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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
Aug 2, 2010 by Arleen Hedy Trundy | See all 6 posts
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