The first Louise Penny book mysteries introduces Three Pines and its residents as one, Jane Neal, is shockingly the victim of a crime in this cozy village.
As Gamache hunts the killer, he also faces dangerous enemies at the Surete du Quebec, setting up a dynamic that will play out in future novels.
A visit to the Old Hadley House, a murder, and demons of his own haunting Gamache create a play of darkness and light, death and rebirth.
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A mystery that hits closer to Three Pines–the village B&B and its antique lover Olivier–again has literary references.