Thursday, March 26, 2009

A Rule Against Murder by Louise Penny

I just finished A Rule Against Murder by Canadian author, Louise Penny. If you like "cozy" mysteries, try this one. It's the fourth in her Inspector Armand Gamache series featuring the small town of Three Pines in Quebec. It's a lyrical, character-driven mystery with lots of French Canadian atmosphere and food descriptions. You will want to move to Three Pines - or at least visit and stay at the picturesque inn. The Inspector is a fascinating and layered character who quotes poetry and treats crime victims respectfully. Visit the author's website here:

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