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O Magazine named it a Top Ten Book for September and called it ‘…suspenseful….’ People Magazine "…superb…" Real Simple Richmond Times Dispatch "..splendid and moving novel..." London Sunday Times - Crime Book of the Month 'Penny's elliptical style works brilliantly in a novel that combines modern-day police corruption with a century-old tragedy.' And Audio File Magazine gave A GREAT RECKONING its Earphones Award and says: ".... What makes this story most magical..the perfect reminder of the dark side of human nature, but that side does not always win out.You'll love your stay in Three Pines." Hardly a day goes by when nine year old Laurent Lepage doesn't cry wolf. Penny is an expert at pulling away the surface of her characters to expose their deeper—and often ugly—layers, always doing so with a direct but compassionate hand.' Library Journal (starred review) '....Armand Gamache, now Chief Superintendent of the Sûreté du Québec, knows something is seriously wrong. Robert Bathurst is nominated in two categories for A Publishers Weekly Top Ten Mystery for Fall 2017 PEOPLE " absorbing, intricately plotted proves she only gets better at pursuing dark truths with compassion and grace." The New York Times Book Review "Louise Penny wrote the book on escapist mysteries." Maureen Corrigan, The Washington Post " . It takes nerve and skill - as well as heart - to write mysteries like this." Tom Nolan, Wall Street Journal "Ms.Through rain and sleet, the figure stands unmoving, staring ahead. Gamache knows there must be a purpose behind this odd act. Penny has a gift for linking the mundane to the mythic Gamache becomes a heraldic figure, as brave and cunning as the hero of an Icelandic saga, and the contemporary evils he battles have apocalyptic overtones....[" The Seattle Times "Outstanding....
Including Armand and Reine-Marie Gamache, who now live in the little Quebec village. More than a simple mystery, Penny's novel peels away the emotional and psychological layers of the inhabitants of Three Pines..'Publishers Weekly (starred review) 'The bucolic Quebec village of Three Pines again proves no refuge in Penny's stellar 11th Armand Gamache novel….
a gripping plot, rich characterizations, arresting prose and thought-provoking questions of mercy, malice and the contradictions of the human race.' In Style Magazine "The next book in Louise Penny's much-loved Chief Inspector Gamache series does not disappoint.
When a little boy who constantly tells tall tales disappears from his Quebec village, the community is forced to reexamine his supposed stories.
But when his friend Clara Morrow asks for help, he can’t bring himself to refuse her, despite the old wounds it threatens to re-open.
Clara’s husband, Peter, is missing, having failed to come home on the first anniversary of their separation, as promised.has won multiple awards for BEST CRIME NOVEL OF THE YEAR, including:: Agatha Award Anthony Macavity Barry Left Coast Crime Award And had received international recognition: New York Times Book Review 10 Best Crime Novels of the Year The Washington Post Best Mystery Books and Thrillers of 2016 NPR's Best Books of 2016 Seattle Times 10 Best Mysteries of 2016 Kirkus Reviews Best Fiction 2016 Publishers Weekly Best Mysteries and Thrillers of 2016 Winner of the 2016 Book Browse Fiction Award Library Reads "Favorite of Favorites" Top 10 Books of 2016 Goodreads Best Mystery & Thriller of 2016 finalist Book Page 10 Best Mysteries and Thrillers of 2016 Audible's Best Mystery/Thriller of 2016 St.