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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….
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.
Booklist '…a compelling mystery that leads to an exciting but tantalizingly open-ended finale.' Miami Herald 'Louise Penny is unsurpassed at building a sense of heart-stopping urgency.
Sometimes the stakes are personal…Sometimes the threat is to the village…This time Penny manages to create a threat that could truly be worldwide, and to place its future in the hands of our friends in Three Pines.
It's Three Pines as you have never seen it before." When an intricate old map is found stuffed into the walls of the bistro in Three Pines, it at first seems no more than a curiosity. The focus of the investigation soon turns to Gamache himself and his mysterious relationship with Amelia, and his possible involvement in the crime.
But the closer the villagers look, the stranger it becomes. Amelia is more likely to be found on the other side of a police line-up. The frantic search for answers takes the investigators back to Three Pines and a stained glass window with its own horrific secrets.