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  1. Monday Murder Mystery: Louise Penny, Part II

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    Last week I introduced the main characters of Louise Penny's Chief Inspector Gamache mysteries while discussing the first two books in the series. Louise Penny writes mysteries with deceptive depth.

  2. A Trick of the Light, Part 1 | Chief Inspector Gamache Series

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    Jul 14, 2014 · This is how Louise Penny begins A Trick of the Light. Clara is about to walk through the door of the ultra-chic, Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal for her vernissage, a private party where artists celebrate with friends, clients, patrons and even critics before their exhibitions open to the public.

  3. Fresh Meat: How the Light Gets In by Louise Penny - Criminal ...

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    Aug 20, 2013 · How the Light Gets In by Louise Penny is the ninth Inspector Gamache mystery, and as Christmas approaches, hostile politics at the Surete du Quebec will bring him back to Three Pines (available August 27, 2013). The ninth book in the Inspector Armand Gamache series sees the trouble brewing in previous installments come to a…

  4. Few women today have lives completely untouched by breast cancer, and Penny and Louise are no different. In 2005, Penny lost her good friend, mother-of-two Maria Falco, to the disease at the age ...

  5. Still Life, Part 1 | Chief Inspector Gamache SeriesChief ...

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    Apr 21, 2014 · I recently heard Louise Penny interviewed by her publisher, and, knowing Louise now, it came as a surprise to hear her say she identified with Agent Yvette Nichol. However, here's the final paragraph in the Acknowledgements in Still Life. "I went through a period in my life when I had no friends, when the phone never rang, when I thought I would die from loneliness. I know that the real ...

  6. Glass Houses by Louise Penny - Goodreads

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    Last year, I went gaga over Louise Penny's annual dose of Armand Gamache and the folks in Three Pines. This year's fare was lovely, but I can't quite give it five stars because I didn't love the end. But, still, I remain a true fan, wishing I could stumble onto the village of Three Pines, have a croissant and cafe au lait at the bistro while ...

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  7. ‘Evil is unspectacular and always human, and shares our bed ...

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    Aug 22, 2015 · The French-speaking characters had rather old-fashioned names like Armand, Reine-Marie or Yvette. I wonder what Louise Penny thinks of the title of the French translation, Nature morte. I guess she discussed it with her translator. Still life is a genre of painting and since painting is in the center of the plot, it makes sense.

  8. My Dental Implant Update: Done At Last! - une femme d'un ...

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    May 17, 2019 · I’m in the middle of Where the Crawdads Sing and am loving it. Louise Penny is another favorite. She makes me want to pack my bags and move to Three Pines. Too bad it’s fictional. Thanks for asking this question as I’ll be looking for my next read soon and now have some great suggestions.

  9. What I've been reading lately: the new and ... - Modern Mrs Darcy

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    Jul 15, 2019 · The characters develop over the series like Louise Penny so it helps to read in order. Ordinary Grace is a stand alone by Krueger and also very good. I’m also enjoying Robert R. McCammon’s Matthew Corbett series and Adrian Mckinty’s Detective Sean Duffy series.

  10. Welcome Autumn! AND What Mystery Are You Reading? – The Cozy ...

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    Sep 22, 2010 · I just finished a classic English country-house cozy mystery by Georgette Heyer called “Detection Unlimited”. If you haven’t read any of her mysteries I highly recommend them. We don’t have the changing seasons where I live so to celebrate autumn my next read will have to be “Still Life” by Louise Penny.

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