A Better Man (Chief Inspector Armand Gamache, #15)

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  • Hardcover
  • 448 pages
  • A Better Man (Chief Inspector Armand Gamache, #15)
  • Louise Penny
  • English
  • 13 February 2017
  • 1250066212

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A Better Man (Chief Inspector Armand Gamache, #15) Catastrophic spring flooding, blistering attacks in the media, and a mysterious disappearance greet Chief Inspector Armand Gamache as he returns to the Surete du Quebec in the latest novel by 1 New York Times bestselling author Louise Penny It s Gamache s first day back as head of the homicide department, a job he temporarily shares with his previous second in command, Jean Guy Beauvoir Flood waters are rising across the province In the middle of the turmoil a father approaches Gamache, pleading for help in finding his daughter.As crisis piles upon crisis, Gamache tries to hold off the encroaching chaos, and realizes the search for Vivienne Godin should be abandoned But with a daughter of his own, he finds himself developing a profound, and perhaps unwise, empathy for her distraught father.Increasingly hounded by the question, how would you feel, he resumes the search.As the rivers rise, and the social media onslaught against Gamache becomes crueler, a body is discovered And in the tumult, mistakes are made.In the next novel in this constantly surprising series that deepens and darkens as it evolves New York Times Book Review , Gamache must face a horrific possibility, and a burning question What would you do if your child s killer walked free Read A Better Man (Chief Inspector Armand Gamache, #15) by Louise Penny – scottishhomebakingawards.co.uk

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8 thoughts on “A Better Man (Chief Inspector Armand Gamache, #15)

  1. Penny (Literary Hoarders) says:

    There WILL be a new Inspector Gamache book 15 coming out in August.

  2. Esil says:

    Our date came a bit early this year, Armand, which makes it bitter sweet Sweet because I got to catch up with you and our friends in Three Pines a little earlier in the summer than usual Bitter because our time together is already over until next year.I found this year s dose of Louise Penny got off to a slow start Armand Gamache is struggling, as usual, with his place in the Quebec police, and the mystery at the centre of A Better Man focuses on a seemingly straightforward missing person cas Our date came a bit early this year, Armand, which makes it bitter sweet Sweet because I got to catch up with you and our friends in Three Pines a little earlier in the summer than usual Bitter because our time together is already over until next year.I found this year s dose of Louise Penny got off to a slow start Armand Gamache is struggling, as usual, with his place in the Quebec police, and the mystery at the centre of A Better Man focuses on a seemingly straightforward missing person case And I must admit that the story itself didn t...

  3. Emma says:

    She has done it again With a vengeance Take the same backwater in Qu bec, the same core of main characters, and write fifteen crime stories with that You will probably end up with predictable plots But Louise Penny doesn t Not ever A Better Man is here to prove it Once .Lovers of this series will also enjoy how the author integrated elements of previous books And of course, we meet the same characters Including the poet Ruth And her duck Rosa featured with short refrains, anot She has done it again With a vengeance Take the same backwater in Qu bec, the same core of main characters, and write fifteen crime stories with that You will probably end up with predictable plots But Louise Penny doesn t Not ever A Better Man is here to prove it Once .Lovers of this series will also enjoy how the author integrated elements of previous books And of course, we meet the same characters Including the poet Ruth And her duck Rosa featured with sh...

  4. Lisa Wright says:

    In two weeks Jean Guy and Gamache s daughter and grandchild will leave for Paris For good Until then Gamache, who has accepted a demotion back to Chief Inspector, will be his subordinate But those issues are swept aside by catastrophic flooding, a horrific social media smear campaign, and a missing woman with an abusive husband Never a dull moment in Quebec or Three Pines as everyone is racing time and the elements With so much provocation we will find out if Gamache will become a bitter ma In two weeks Jean Guy and Gamache s daughter and grandchild will leave for Paris For good Until then Gamache, who has accepted a demotion back to Chief Inspector, will be his subordinate But those issues are swept aside by catastrophic flooding, a horrific social media smear campaign, and a missing woman with an abusive husband Never a dull moment in Quebec or Three Pines as everyone is raci...

  5. Heather says:

    I have enjoyed every book in this series, but some of them feltlike coming home to Three Pines than others, and this one was like that for me This book is set back in Three Pines with the villagers with moments in Montreal, as always Some of the aspects that I love the most in this series were especially present in this book 1 A lot of time with Gamache, Beauvoir, and Lacoste as a team especially pertinent in this novel as things might change for them all moving forward 2 Themes of I have enjoyed every book in this series, but some of them feltlike coming home to Three Pines than others, and this one was like that for me This book is set back in Three Pines with the villagers with moments in Montreal, as always Some of the aspects that I love the most in this series were especially present in this book 1 A lot of time with Gamache, Beauvoir, and Lacoste as a team especially pertinent in this novel as things might change for them all moving forward 2 Themes of bettering oneself as a person, struggles with morality, questions about what one would...

  6. Joe Jones says:

    Three Pines Gamache The Bistro A death to solve All the usual and I was so happy to go back to this series once again I hope I never tire of these characters who by now seemlike friends than words on a page Everything I wanted andPut this on your must read list.

  7. Matthew Galloway says:

    I have quite a few thoughts about this one and it will tae me a bit of time to pull them apart enough to put them out here For now, the short review would be that the mystery was fine, though in some ways ratherfrustrating than an interesting deductive romp There are, however, excellent reasons why the mystery works the way it does I was probably thinking three stars through most of the book However, the end raises a star and part of that is the exploration of non mystery elements that I have quite a few thoughts about this one and it will tae me a bit of time to pull them apart enough to put them out here For now, the short review would be that the mystery was fine, though in some ways ratherfrustrating than an interesting deductive romp There are, however, excellent reasons why the mystery works the way it does I was probably...

  8. Morgan Tallman says:

    This is the only book in this series I ve not listened to the audio version of, but its also my new favorite in the series When a series gets to 15 books, it can be hard to pick a favorite books 5, 9, 11, 13 you re all still runners up , but this book was closure Not on the series, because I believe there scoming, but on storylines that have been building for the previous 15 books We see relationships end, relationships begin, struggles with power, and overwhelming feelings of love This is the only book in this series I ve not listened to the audio version of, but its also my new favorite in the series When a series gets to 15 books, it can be hard to pick a favorite books 5, 9, 11, 13 you re all still runners up , but this book was closure Not on the series, because I believe there scoming, but on storylines that have been building for the previous 15 books We see relationships end, relationships begin, struggles wit...