Friday, June 17, 2011

Still Life

There's an art to catching a killer

by Louise Penny

In a quiet village in Quebec, an older woman is found dead in the woods. Was it a hunting accident or was it murder? The chief inspector comes from Montreal and watches the residents carefully for someone to give themselves away.

This book definitely kept my interest; however, I couldn't quite figure out what was the point of Agent Nichol's bungling things up, her nasty attitude, or her weird father. I really liked the fact that the story happens in Canada, in an area that I very much enjoyed when I drove through it a couple of years ago.

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