The Chief Inspector Gamache Series, Books 4-6
A Rule against Murder, The Brutal Telling, Bury Your Dead
Author: Louise Penny
#1 New York Times and Globe and Mail bestselling author Louse Penny's beloved Chief Inspector Armand Gamache mystery novels have received critical acclaim, won numerous awards, and have enthralled millions of readers.
Featuring Chief Inspector of Homicide Armand Gamache of the Sûreté du Québec, these extraordinary novels are here together for the first time in a fabulous ebook bundles.
A Rule Against Murder
Chief Inspector Gamache and his wife are celebrating their anniversary at the luxurious, isolated Manoir Bellechasse. But when a dead body turns up in the midst of a family reunion, Gamache learns that the lodge is a place where visitors come to escape their past, until that past catches up with them.
The Brutal Telling
A stranger is found murdered in Olivier's Bistro in Three Pines, and Chief Inspector Gamache is dismayed to find Olivier's story full of holes. Gamache follows a trail of clues into the woods and across the continent before returning to Three Pines to confront the truth and the final, brutal telling.
Bury Your Dead
It's Winter Carnival in Quebec City, when Chief Inspector Gamache is called to investigate a dead body at the Literary and Historical Society. Meanwhile, Gamache is receiving disquieting letters from Three Pines, and as past and present collide, he must relive a terrible event from his own past before he can begin to bury his dead.
In The News
“Penny tweaks the rules of Golden Age detective fiction in a way that is thoroughly modern.” —Los Angeles Times A Rule Against Murder
“An intricate, almost mythic plot, superb characters and rich, dark humor.” —People on The Brutal Telling
“Magic...[with] an elegance and depth not often seen” —The New York Times Book Review on The Brutal Telling
“If you don't give your heart to Gamache, you may have no heart to give.” —Kirkus Reviews (starred review) on The Brutal Telling
“Few writers in any genre can match Penny's ability to combine heartbreak and hope.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review) on Bury Your Dead