A Fatal Grace (Chief Inspector Gamache, Book 2) by Louise Penny
By Louise Penny
Winner of the 2007 Agatha Award for most sensible Novel!
Welcome to wintry weather in 3 Pines, a picturesque village in Quebec, the place the villagers are getting ready for a normal kingdom Christmas, and anyone is getting ready for homicide. nobody loved CC de Poitiers. now not her quiet husband, now not her spineless lover, no longer her pathetic daughter—and definitely not one of the citizens of 3 Pines. CC de Poitiers controlled to alienate all people, correct up till the instant of her death.
When leader Inspector Armand Gamache, of the Sûreté du Quebec, is termed to enquire, he speedy realizes he's facing somebody rather remarkable. CC de Poitiers was once electrocuted in the course of a frozen lake, in entrance of the full village, as she watched the once a year curling event. And but nobody observed something. Who might have been insane adequate to attempt any such macabre approach to murder—or wonderful sufficient to succeed?
With his trademark compassion and braveness, Gamache digs underneath the idyllic floor of village existence to discover the harmful secrets and techniques lengthy buried there. For a Quebec wintry weather is not just staggeringly attractive yet lethal, and the folks of 3 Pines recognize greater than to bare an excessive amount of of themselves. yet different hazards have gotten transparent to Gamache. As a sour wind blows into the village, whatever much more chilling is coming for Gamache himself.
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