Friday, January 10, 2020

Review: How the Light Gets In

How the Light Gets In (Chief Inspector Armand Gamache, #9)

How The Light Gets In
Louise Penny

Chief Inspector Armand Gamache of the Sûreté de Québec gets a call from a friend in the village of Three Pines, claiming a friend is missing. She never made it to the village for Christmas. Gamache heads to the remote town with his assistant to see what he can find out. Frankly, he could use a break from the office. His department has been slowly dismantled, leaving him surrounded by officers he doesn't trust and whose loyalties may lie elsewhere.

While Gamache is looking for the missing woman, who was once famous for being one of the nation's first surviving quintuplets, he's also aware that his superior officers are up to no good. If only he could find out what they are up too then perhaps he could prevent them from bringing shame onto the respected force. That is if they don't find and stop him first.

How The Light Gets In is another gripping tale involving a man who never loses faith in the institution he is sworn to serve. Like the other books in this series, it has everything the reader could want, a great plot, wonderful characters, and a fantastic setting. This beautifully written, complex tale is something Penny's fans will not want to miss.

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