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A Rule Against Murder (Armand Gamache, #4) - Louise Penny
A Rule Against Murder (Armand Gamache, #4)
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Format: kindle
ASIN: B002ASFQ3G
Publisher: Minotaur Books
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
Series: Chief Inspector Armand Gamache (#4)
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Obsidian Blue
Obsidian Blue rated it
5.0 Went on a Louise Penny Reading Spree
Wow. This one was really good and I was happy to see the setting of the book takes place in a former Robber Baron home that is turned into an inn. Our favorite Chief Inspector is celebrating his anniversary with his wife Reine-Marie at an inn they have stayed at every year of their lives together. W...
Books & Chocolate
Books & Chocolate rated it
3.0 A Rule Against Murder
I've had a lot of audiobook time the last few months, so I was able to cruise through another book in the Chief Inspector Armond Gamache series. This one took us, Inspector Gamache, and a few of the other primary characters outside of Three Pines. The new setting was a refreshing change. It was also...
Chris' Fish Place
Chris' Fish Place rated it
4.0 Halloween Bingo - Country House
This installment finds everyone's favorite resident of Montreal solving a murder at a remote hotel in Quebec. Gamache and his wife, Reine-Marie, are on vacation to celebrate thier honeymoon when one of the guests at the hotel is murdered. The vic is also related to Peter Morrow, the artist who is ...
Carpe Librum
Carpe Librum rated it
5.0 A Rule Against Murder by Louise Penny
'None of the books in this series have wowed me enough to rate them 5 stars.' That is what I said after finishing The Cruelest Month, the third book in the Armand Gamache mystery series. I have been quickly put in my place. This installment takes place in the summer, which the author manages to ...
Darth Pony
Darth Pony rated it
3.0 A Rule Against Morrows
This is my least favorite installment in the Chief Inspector Gamache series so far for two easily identifiable reasons: 1. It's not set in Three Pines so we hardly see any of the villagers. 2. Peter and Clara Morrow, two of my least favorite characters, feature heavily in the story. Over books t...
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