A Rule Against Murder by Louise Penny
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It is the height of summer, and Armand Gamache and his wife are celebrating their wedding anniversary at an isolated, luxurious inn not far from the village of Three Pines. But theyre not alone. The Finney family - rich, cultured, and respectable - has also arrived for a celebration of their own.
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"Seamless, often lyrical prose artfully reveals the characters' flaws, dreams and blessings." - Publishers Weekly
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Louise Penny Author Biography
Louise Penny's first novel, Still Life, won the New Blood Dagger, Arthur Ellis, Barry, Anthony, and Dilys awards. Her second book, A Fatal Grace, won the 2007 Agatha Award for Best Novel, as did her third, The Cruelest Month. Her next, A Rule Against Murder, was a New York Times bestseller, followed by The Brutal Telling, which was a New York Times, USA Today, Entertainment Weekly, and National Indie bestseller. Louise lives in a small village south of Montreal.
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