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"Moonglow," by Michael Chabon

Moonglow by Michael Chabon. A man bears witness to his grandfather's deathbed confessions, which reveal his family's long-buried history and his involvement in a mail-order novelty company, World War II, and the space program.

"The Nature of the Beast," by Louise Penny

Hardly a day goes by when nine-year-old Laurent Lepage doesn't cry wolf. From alien invasions, to walking trees, to winged beasts in the .

"The Long Way Home," by Louise Penny

The Long Way Home: A Chief Inspector Gamache Novel by Louise Penny Happily retired in the village of Three Pines, Armand Gamache, former Chief Inspector of

“How the Light Gets In,” by Louise Penny

In Three Pines Chief Inspector Armand Gamache investigates the disappearance of a woman who was once one of the most famous people in the world and now goes unrecognized by virtually everyone except the mad, brilliant poet Ruth Zardo.

"The Beautiful Mystery" by Louise Penny.

A prior's murder takes Quebec's Chief Inspector Armand Gamache and his sidekick, Inspector Jean-Guy Beauvoir, inside the walls of the monastery of Saint-Gilbert-Entre-les-Loupes.

"Career of Evil," by Robert Galbraith

Career of evil by Robert Galbraith. When a woman's severed leg is delivered to Robin Ellacott, her boss, private detective Cormoran Strike, looks into his past to determine who is responsible.

"The Murder Stone," by Louise Penny

The Murder Stone by Louise Penny. This may be my favourite Inspector Gamache books so far. It was very Agath Christie-esque.

"The Cruelest Month," by Louise Penny

The Cruelest Month: A Chief Inspector Gamache Novel (A Chief Inspector Gamache Mystery Book by [Penny, Louise]

"Live From New York: The Complete, Uncensored History of Saturday Night Live," by James Andrew Miller and Tom Shales

Live From New York: The Complete, Uncensored History of Saturday Night Live by James Andrew Miller and Tom Shales

"Still life," by Louise Penny (Gamache #1)

Still Life (Chief Inspector Armand Gamache Mysteries, No. Just started resding this series and am loving it. If you like mysteries with a small town feel this series is for you.