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  • Francine Provencher

    2014.05.30 Book club book. Mystery. Chief Inspector Gamache of Quebec is working on 2 cases. 1 is the murder of the last surviving quint. The 2nd is longtime corruption in the govt that is culminating in a bridge being blown up unless he stops it. Also his future son-in-law has been re-hooked onto drugs by the govt. Long and confusing.

  • Waukegan Public Library

    How the Light Gets In by Louise Penny. “The latest novel featuring Chief Inspector Armand Gamache of is as amazing as ever. The internal conflict within the Québec police force that has been building in the series comes to a head, prompting Gamache to retreat to the small town of Three Pines. The combination of fascinating mystery puzzles, exquisitely crafted characters, and gorgeous, gorgeous writing is irresistible.” - Megan McArdle, Berkeley Public Library, Berkeley, CA

  • Monica Walsh

    How the Light Gets In - A Chief Inspector Gamache Novel by Louise Penny. Christmas is approaching, and in Québec it’s a time of dazzling snowfalls, bright lights, and gatherings with friends in front of blazing hearths. But shadows are falling on the usually festive season for Chief Inspector Armand Gamache. Available on August 27, 2013. Pre-order it now on #Kobo:

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