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    The Unquiet city

    A nifty plot that will keep you hooked, but requires your close attention. The senior policemen leading murder investigations are following two separate trails, one with its origins in Quebec's unquiet past. Both are also struggling, physically and emotionally, with the scars from a recent operation which also cost the lives of some of their team. This adds realism to the plot and depth to their characterization. Some quirky characters and unique locales liven up the expected police procedurals. History buffs will enjoy the antiquarian library, second-hand bookshops and the dens of craftsmen and collectors. Quebec's old city looms over the action, beautiful, conflicted and deadly in the winter cold. The author brings it to life with an eloquence only deep affection and long acquaintance can bring. An interesting and thoughtful detective thriller.
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    Quiet revolutions

    From the outset Penny captures the readers full attention. The mystery of what happened, to where is the body? Conspire to build the reader's apprehension and detective skills. The author' character development grasps the essence of an age gone by and one almost hanging on by their fingernails. Old versus new Quebec, balances of shifting power and a dead body bodes ill for the peace of that balance. Gramache's varied interests and skills are put to his best. The balance of both police detectives are highlighted as we see Beauvoir grow in wisdom and Gramache in humility.
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    Bury your dead

    Another great story
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    Beautiful crafted

    This book is intricately and delicately crafted. It's an amazing and achingly sad and hopeful.
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    Gamache Does not dissapoint.

    As a tragic story unfolds, a hero emerges, physically and emotionally scarred, but whole. The construct of this plot, remarkably different from the previous novels in the series, effectively tells three stories simultaneously, ingeniously, weaving through the cobbled streets of old and modern Quebec City, the beloved village of Three Pines. The repercussions of past events, both recent and remote, cleverly reveal more of the cultural, personal and historical elements which have formed one of the most complex and fascinating characters in fiction today.
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