Chief Inspector Armand Gamache and his team arrive in Three Pines to solve the unusual murder of a much-loved woman and find dark secrets shadowing this usually peaceful village.

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Peter Moss

Writers:

Wayne Grigsby (screenplay), Louise Penny (novel)
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Nathaniel Parker ... Chief Inspector Armand Gamache
Anthony Lemke ... Inspector Jean-Guy Beauvoir
Kate Hewlett ... Clara Morrow
Gabriel Hogan ... Peter Morrow
Mike McPhaden ... Ben Hadley
Susanna Fournier ... Inspector Yvette Nichol
Deborah Grover ... Ruth Zardo
Judith Baribeau ... Agent Isabelle Lacoste
Patricia McKenzie ... Dr. Myrna Landers
Dylan Trowbridge ... Olivier Brulé
Martin Albèrt Martin Albèrt ... Gabri
Bronwen Mantel Bronwen Mantel ... Jane Neal
Keir Cutler ... Notary Norman Stickley
Kent McQuaid ... Matthew Croft
Janine Theriault ... Suzanne Croft (as Janine Thériault)
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Chief Inspector Armand Gamache and his team arrive in Three Pines to solve the unusual murder of a much-loved woman and find dark secrets shadowing this usually peaceful village.

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Mystery

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Not Rated
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Nathaniel Parker was the son of [Sir] Peter Parker, chairman of British Rail 1976 - 1983. See more »

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Completely missed the characters of Three Pines
22 March 2014 | by nesskrisSee all my reviews

Storyline was fine, but there are amazing characters in these books, and their witty repertoire is key to capturing the heart of Three Pines. Instead, they looked like a bunch of crazy (and thinner than expected) extras.

There was also lack of character development in Armande's team. Beauvoir and Lacoste were bland background characters.

This, and other Louise Penny mysteries could (AND SHOULD) be made into a series.

There is enough wit and mystery to carry a single novel through a short season, and allow for the long term characters to grow on you.


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Canada

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English

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15 September 2013 (Canada) See more »

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Still Life: A Three Pines Mystery See more »

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