Still Life: A Chief Inspector Gamache Novel
ISBN: 0312541538
EAN13: 9780312541538
Language: English
Pages: 320
Dimensions: 1.00" H x 8.00" L x 5.00" W
Weight: 1.00 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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With this award-winning first novel, Penny introduces Inspector Armand Gamache, who commands his forces with integrity and quiet courage. Locals are convinced a murder is no more than a tragic hunting accident, but Gamache uncovers something more sinister. RThis cerebral mystery . . . is a rare treat.S--People. Martin's Press.

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Still Life is the first in a series that will number 17 when The Madness of Crowds comes out on August 24, 2021. Yes, I've preordered it, as I have every one after discovering this uniquely talented writer. Inspector Gamache rivals Poirot's intelligence and Sherlock Holmes ability to see fine detail where others see only broad outlines but it's his kindness, his humanity, his love of family, friends and colleagues that sets him apart and above. Louise Penny writes murder mysteries that expose the humanity of those charged with solving them and the people in their orbit. Still Life is finely written by an author with a scholar's vocabulary and the inclusion of italicized Quebecois French phrases (which continues throughout the series) makes this a delightful, if overall depressing read. Yes, Still Life is depressing, not a book to read in bed if you desire pleasant dreams; nonetheless, the characters and plotline will have you dashing to acquire book two as you fall down the rabbit hole! As an avid mystery reader, I absolutely despise being able to guess the ending and I'm delighted to report that it hasn't happened yet in Ms. Penny's first 16 books. Plus, I can now cuss fluently in Quebecois French!