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All the Devils Are Here

Chief Inspector Gamache #16

by Louise Penny

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All the Devils Are Here by Louise Penny
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    Sep 2020, 448 pages

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Louise Penny takes readers to Paris in her latest Chief Inspector Armand Gamache mystery, a novel with appeal for fans of the series and first-time readers alike.

In Louise Penny's All the Devils Are Here, the 16th book in the Chief Inspector Armand Gamache series, readers find Gamache and his wife, Reine-Marie, in Paris for the imminent birth of their fourth grandchild. Celebrating with them are their two adult children and their spouses (all of whom are now living in France), as well as Gamache's godfather, 93-year-old billionaire Stephen Horowitz. Meeting Stephen in the garden of the Musée Rodin, Gamache is concerned by a few strange comments the elderly man makes, but decides they're simply age-related lapses. When Stephen is struck by a hit-and-run driver, though, Gamache becomes certain that his remarks were no accident — and neither was the attempt on his life. Leveraging his connections within the Paris police force, Gamache proceeds to delve into the mystery: What could Stephen possibly have been involved with that would incite...

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