Kingdom of the Blind (Chief Inspector Gamache Series #14)

Kingdom of the Blind (Chief Inspector Gamache Series #14)

by Louise Penny


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ISBN-13: 9781250066206
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Publication date: 11/27/2018
Series: Chief Inspector Gamache Series , #14
Pages: 400
Sales rank: 288
Product dimensions: 6.40(w) x 9.30(h) x 1.20(d)

About the Author

LOUISE PENNY is the author of the #1 New York Times and Globe and Mail bestselling series of Chief Inspector Armand Gamache novels (Still Life, A Fatal Grace, and The Cruelest Month). She has won numerous awards, including a CWA Dagger and the Agatha Award (six times), and was a finalist for the Edgar Award for Best Novel. In 2017, she received the Order of Canada for her contributions to Canadian culture. Louise lives in a small village south of Montréal.

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Kingdom of the Blind 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 19 reviews.
Anonymous 16 days ago
I love Louise Penneys books about Three Pines and Inspector Gamache. I will be very disappointed if she doesn't continue the series. I look forward to all her Three Pines books and can
Anonymous 17 days ago
The character development wound with mystery, humor, heart and soul. They do not get better than Louise Penny. Start with the first in series and savor each one!
Anonymous 17 days ago
Another treasure of a read with familiar and new characters. How does she do it again and again?
Anonymous 15 days ago
Just as good as good as the 13 others
Alienated_Bookworm 10 hours ago
I'm a big fan of the Gamache series. I've read and enjoyed every book. Some more than others, which is only natural, I guess, since there are 14 by now. The previous novel, Glass Houses, was so awesome that I had my expectations set high for the new one. Unfortunately, Penny didn't deliver this time. Don't get me wrong! It's not bad at all! But compared to the last one, or some others, the story line this time was just so-so. Like always, it's enjoyable to read about Three Times and meet the inhabitants, even though they aren't necessary for the mystery. I think of them as old friends. They add flavor, but the story would have unfolded just the same without them.
Anonymous 7 days ago
Just as good as her first. Keep writing.
Anonymous 9 days ago
The storyline was well traveled. When I laid it down and returned never did I not know what was happening. Great story.
Anonymous 9 days ago
Tucked beside a crackling fire. Cat at my feet. Sorry to bid farewell to my friends of Three Pines.
Anonymous 12 days ago
That's what I think everytime I read one of Louise Penny's books; and in the last few years, I've read the all. Somehow they get better and better, the recurring characters more and more real and beloved, and the new characters fascinating. The plots are brilliant. Love, family, community, integrity and sacrifice. What a great world to experience through the magic of reading. Book #14 is another sparkling gem.
Anonymous 12 days ago
Hope there are more
Anonymous 12 days ago
I have enjoyed every book in the series. This book was great.
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Anonymous 14 days ago
Glad to share a little more of the story... always interesting characters, but Gamache is in a class by himself.
Anonymous 1 days ago
Her books are marvels, and I wondered if there would be more after the death of her beloved husband. I'm just grateful she decided to continue.
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Anonymous 3 days ago
Penny got back to the basics. I love Three Pines. I hope the ending doesn’t mean she’s ending the series. I am hoping for more Three Pines.
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GalliGirl 8 days ago
Louise Penny crafts such amazing books that I want to move to her fictional town of Three Pines and eat croissants with Gabri and Oliver or paint with Clara. From the brilliant Gamache and Jean Guy to the poet Ruth, I am in love with her characters. I know Ms. Penny has every reason to lead a peaceful life after her last few years. Please, please let this not be the final book.
Anonymous 12 days ago
I actually haven't read it yet, but I know it will be superb as are all the others. I have four more to read before i catch up. I was a little disappointed that the map of Three Pines doesn't have any labeling, only a very few that are hard to read w/o a magnifying glass. But, I am certainly glad I bought the book.