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I liked this 2nd book by Louise Penny, The books start out slow but as you read more it's hard to put the book down. I was surprised at the end . Read morePublished 1 day ago by Marion Rogers
This the first of around 10 or 11 books set in Three Pines. I am going to read some more. I like the easy-going style of the author.Published 3 days ago by Fashionista Grammy
Great read! I loved how Louise Penny developed each character. Each one had his/her own complexities and all were very believable and real. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Sharon Stetter
read this book first loved the characters and writing so much I had to go back to the first book and then the second book, can't wait until i finally catch up to this eighth book... Read morePublished 6 days ago by carla flesch
Descriptions of "Three Pines" bought the village and its inhabitants to life. When I finished the book, I felt I knew the characters and I looked forward to reading another... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Liz Hayes
One of the most unusual modern murder stories I've read. Imagine Agatha Christie but with real, complicated, human characters and a detective who allows and encourages people in... Read morePublished 8 days ago by M. Searle
Good author, strong character development, elusive plot. Good read.Published 10 days ago by Edwin Howald
Well written,characters are an interesting mix but very likable.Inspector Gamache is very shrewd and perceptive and not too much gets by him.Published 12 days ago by carol vitali