The Beautiful Mystery by Louise Penny

In a remote Quebec monastery fame has caused dissent and murder. Chief Inspector Gamache and Inspector Beauvoir must shift through darkness and light to find the murderer. Will they be successful?

The monastery is a captivating mix of beautiful and unsettling. Its inhabitants, Gamache, and Beauvoir struggle with the darker side of human nature. The inspectors provide a look at how to cause witnesses/suspects to speak honestly. The mystery is complex due to multiple suspects and an object protected by the victim. The Beautiful Mystery offers a unique setting, interesting characters, and a cozish police procedural.

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