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Bury Your Dead (2010)

Bury Your Dead (2010)

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4.33 of 5 Votes: 1
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0312377045 (ISBN13: 9780312377045)
Minotaur Books

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Wow-I am a bit surprised to be giving this 5 stars, but it feels right. This book was a painful book to listen to, and despite the fact that it got me wanting desperately to read Canadian history and to hang out in Quebec with Sheila and Beth, wow I don't think I could read it again. Powerful.Read for the Monograph. Won the best novel Agatha for 2010 and well deserved. By the way, in an interesting interview, Penny says her books aren't cozies but "neo-traditionals." I would definitely go along with that. Books filled with dread and despair or not cozies. This is a meaty book. There are multiple plot threads, including the mystery of where Samuel Champlain's body was buried in colonial Quebec City, the overarching story of Gamache's team's most recent, horrific case, a current crime, and the possibility of a past conviction gone wrong. There is so much here, I was reading with care, knowing some offhand remark or quoted poetry in these books could be key to solving one or more of the crimes, yet I had to read into the night because I desperately wanted to find out how all these could be both connected and solved within this book.This novel by Louise Penny is a truly masterful, emotionally wrenching book about flawed but worthy people.

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Far and away my favorite of the series so far. Have I ever mentioned that I'm a history buff? :)

It was good. I've read all the books in this series so I'm kind of a fan.

So much better then I thought it would be.

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