The Cruelest Month: A Chief Inspector Gamache Novel (Armand Gamache) - Louise Penny
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Apart from its services and what not, to those who never had the opportunity to brush and skim this book, this is how the story unfolds: the novel chiefly revolves around dwellings of the small Canadian town of Three Pines, takes place around the Easter season. A group of friends visits a haunted house, hoping to rid it of the evil spirits that have haunted it, and the village, for decades unfortunately the results of them being inquisitive, as one of them ends up dead, apparently of fright which was created by the mysteries he stumbled upon. However through the expert intervention of Chief Inspector Armand Gamache and his team from the Sûreté du Québec, they tackle the investigation head on of the old house and the villagers of Three Pines to find this obscure and puzzling nature of events. All in all the novel is riveting and compiling after tapping deeper into it, because the aftermath and discovery that was perused thereafter is something to write home about.
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Date Added: 06 December 2010 16:00:10