Rot still exists within the Sûreté, and Armand Gamache is determined to root it all out…whatever it takes, whoever it hurts.
Author: Louise Penny
The boy who cried wolf, Laurent Lepage, tells some awesome tales. It’s his disappearance that reveals the truth, leading to crimes & uncovering an old one.
The happily retired Armand Gamache has found peace. One that’s disturbed when Clara fears for her artist husband, Peter, who hasn’t come home. He’d promised…
Hostile forces are lining up against Chief Inspector Armand Gamache in Quebec, and he must save the reputation of the Sûreté, those he holds dear, and himself?
World-famous for their voices, the cloistered monks who have taken a vow of silence experience murder amongst their own, and Gamache must face his demons and those of others.
…what it takes to be a great author. To be willing to sabotage a sweet character’s triumph, a woman who “paints dear life”. To create a character so vicious and evil!
It’s a conundrum worthy of Agatha Christie in this short and yet very complete story. You’ll only realize it’s brevity by how little time it takes to read.
A murderous quest that spans 400 years threatens to ignite long-smouldering tensions between the English and the French. Complicating matters is Olivier’s recent conviction for murder.
A stranger is found murdered in the bistro in Three Pines, only…that’s not where he was killed and the trail to find his killer seems to lead to Olivier, raising too many questions.
A decision to celebrate Easter with a séance at the new B&B ends with one dead of fright and requires Chief Inspector Armand Gamache to face his own ghosts as well as theirs.