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How The Light Gets In

How The Light Gets In

The number one New York Times bestselling novel from worldwide phenomenon Louise Penny – shortlisted for the CWA Gold Dagger

The ninth novel in the Chief Inspector Gamache series.

As a fierce, unrelenting winter grips Quebec, shadows are closing in on Chief Inspector Armand Gamache. When he receives a message about a mysterious case in Three Pines, he is compelled to investigate – a woman who was once one of the most famous people in the world has vanished.

The investigation gathers momentum and Gamache is drawn into a web of murder, lies and unimaginable corruption at the heart of the city. Facing his most challenging, and personal, case to date, can he save the reputation of the Sûreté, those he holds dear and himself?

‘Full of twists and turns . . . Wonderfully satisfying’ Kate Mosse

Evocative, gripping and atmospheric, this magnificent work of crime fiction from international bestselling author Louise Penny will stay with you long after you turn the final page.
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Crime & Mystery

On Sale: 27th August 2013

Price: £8.99

ISBN-13: 9780748120574

Reviews

Clever, full of twists and turns, a wonderfully satisfying -- and moving -- addition to Penny's atmospheric, distinctive series
Kate Mosse
Masterful . . . unfolds with subtlety and intelligence. Once again, Penny impressively balances personal courage and faith with heartbreaking choices and monstrous evil
Publishers Weekly
Subtle, elegant and beautifully written
Daily Mirror
Another bravura performance from an author who has reinvented the village mystery as profoundly as Dashiell Hammett transformed the detective novel
Booklist
Louise Penny twists and turns the plot expertly tripping the reader up just at the moment you think you might have solved the mystery
Daily Express
Once again, Penny delivers a masterful, nuanced suspense novel in which tone and setting are just as riveting as the murderer's who and why
People Magazine