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Starred Review. Chief Insp. Armand Gamache and his team investigate another bizarre crime in the tiny Québec village of Three Pines in Penny's expertly plotted third cozy (after 2007's A Fatal Grace). As the townspeople gather in the abandoned and perhaps haunted Hadley house for a séance with a visiting psychic, Madeleine Favreau collapses, apparently dead of fright. No one has a harsh word to say about Madeleine, but Gamache knows there's more to the case than meets the eye. Complicating his inquiry are the repercussions of Gamache having accused his popular superior at the Sûreté du Québec of heinous crimes in a previous case. Fearing there might be a mole on his team, Gamache works not only to solve the murder but to clear his name. Arthur Ellis Award–winner Penny paints a vivid picture of the French-Canadian village, its inhabitants and a determined detective who will strike many Agatha Christie fans as a 21st-century version of Hercule Poirot. (Mar.)
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'Penny's fastidious, cultured, and smart Inspector Gamache makes Cruellest Month impossible to put down.' -- People Magazine, March 31, 2008 --This text refers to the Paperback edition.See all Product Description
Just love inspector Gamache...this 3rd one in the series brings immense pleasure to the reader...but you have to read them in order...Still Life...Dead Cold... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Sasa
The book arrived in perfect condition & the delivery time was as expected.
This is a very enjoyable series > I would recommend reading the first one in the series -... Read more
This was a very enjoyable read. Inspector Gamache is portrayed as both a simple and kind individual yet he is a complex individual who has a keen awareness of human emotion and its... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Michael J.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book.Found it difficult to put down..
Look forward to reading more or Louise Penny stories.Great mysteries.