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  • Madness Of Crowds

    I'm reading this book in September 2021, where I hoped the world had at last defeated this pandemic. Its slow steps but we are getting there. I read the hope you had that at last the world was as normal as it could be. It gave hope, to me and any one else who read this book. Again you didn't disappoint, and slowly I became aware I was part of the story as was everyone else. The love, the friendships, the longing for normality. We all dealt with things differently, these long lockdowns, not seeing family and friends. The deaths. You wrote not a "story" but the hope that through it all we would survive, as a lot of us did. If I could find a place like Three Pines I would like to go there. Everyone of this series of books as took me on a journey I never want to end. It has brought me joy, as people have moved on in each story, they have become so real to me. SO THANK YOU, at 72 . and an avid reader of anything and everything I have found a series that draws me in, feeds my imagination, I meet people I would love to have a conversation with, it makes me cry sometimes , but it gives me hope. That maybe somewhere in whatever part of the world there is a village full of these people who genuinely care and love one another, We can only hope that in the future Love for your fellow man, woman or child, is not a dream or a story but one that is truly a Three Pines future. I will read this book time and time again as I have all the Inspector Gamache books. God bless and God speed

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  • Meandered

    This story is long and tended to meander a little between the past and the present while trying to solve the murder of a woman, suspecting she was not the intended victim. Past horrors pointed to the answer.

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  • A Masterpiece!

    Louise Penny's latest in the Chief Inspector Armand Gamache, Head of Homicide at the Surete, series set in the stunning Canadian location of the Three Pines village in Quebec was pure joy to read even though it was a series first for me. It was wonderfully compulsive, entertaining and engaging, even though it exposes the darkest side of humanity. For sure I will be reading the other instalments and I already have a copy of book one, entitled "Still Life". A special thank you to Louise Penny and The Pigeonhole for a complimentary copy of this novel at my request. This review is my unbiased opinion.

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  • The madness of crowds

    The first book l have read in this series and I loved if . I loved the characters and the theme of the book , the story and the conclusion . Can't wait to read others in the series .

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  • Another great read.

    Another engrossing read. Thank you Louise Penny. So pleased to be back in Three Pines.

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