Category Archives: Louise Penny

Glass Houses (13) by Louise Penny

This book frustrated me. Louise Penny deliberately chose to be evasive, to do the current chapter thing of multiple scenes going on. No sooner did she give you a tidbit that she switched to another scene. Most of the book … Continue reading

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Louise Penny’s ‘Kingdom of the Blind’

What can I say? I can pretty much only say how sad I am that I have no Inspector Gamache books to read for the moment. On the other hand, I can now attend to the books that wait for … Continue reading

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Louise Penny’s ‘A Great Reckoning,’ an Inspector Gamache novel

A Great Reckoning by Louise Penny My rating: 5 of 5 stars A spectacular book, another ‘chapter’ of the series, one that brought tears to my eyes more than once as it unfurled in unexpected ways. I cannot believe the … Continue reading

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The Beautiful Mystery by Louise Penny

Damn Louise Penny! I have a bunch of books I am dying to read and yet now I have to read the 9th book in the Inspector Gamache Series of Louise Penny. I fear that I have no choice. This … Continue reading

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