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The Cruellest Month

By Louise Penny

  • Paperback
  • £8.99

The award-winning third novel from worldwide phenomenon and number one New York Times bestseller Louise Penny

The award-winning third novel from worldwide phenomenon and number one New York Times bestseller Louise Penny

It's Easter, and on a glorious Spring day in peaceful Three Pines, someone waits for night to fall. They plan to raise the dead...

When Chief Inspector Gamache of the Surete du Quebec arrives the next morning, he faces an unusual crime scene. A séance in an old abandoned house has gone horrifically wrong and someone has been seemingly frightened to death.

In indyllic Three Pines, terrible secrets lie buried, and even Gamache has something to hide. One of his own team is about to betray him. But how far will they go to ensure Gamache's downfall?

'A cracking storyteller, who can create fascinating characters, a twisty plot and wonderful surprise endings' Ann Cleeves

'Louise Penny's Chief Inspector Armand Gamache series gets better with each book' Globe and Mail

Biographical Notes

Louise Penny is the Number One New York Times bestselling author of the Inspector Gamache series, including Still Life, which won the CWA John Creasey Dagger in 2006. Recipient of virtually every existing award for crime fiction, Louise was also granted The Order of Canada in 2014 and received an honorary doctorate of literature from Carleton University and the Ordre Nationale du Québec in 2017. She lives in a small village south of Montreal.

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  • ISBN: 9780751573282
  • Publication date: 10 Jul 2018
  • Page count: 464
  • Imprint: Sphere
A delight for all who love crime fiction — Reginald Hill
A stirring tale of jealousy and long-awaited revenge — Sunday Telegraph
Louise Penny's writing is intricate, beautiful and compelling. She is an original voice, a distillation of both PD James and Barbara Vine at their peaks and a worthy successor to both — Peter James
Penny's elegant style is deeply satisfying, while Gamache is contemplative even when under pressure, and remains a man you want to spend time with — Metro