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From Barnes & NobleA Barnes & Noble Best Book of 2014
There’s no surer crime magnet than a retired investigator. This beloved trope holds true in Louise Penny’s tenth Armand Gamache novel, which finds her former Chief Inspector of Homicide set happily adrift in small-town retirement. But when a neighbor with a hard-luck story and a missing husband asks him for help, he follows her back into the fray. This slow-burn mystery is studded with evocative descriptions of food and place, and laced with teasing questions of duty and morality. See all of the Best Fiction Books of 2014.