The Chief Inspector Gamache Series - Louise Penny

The Chief Inspector Gamache Series

By Louise Penny

  • Release Date: 2015-04-07
  • Genre: British Detectives
Score: 4.5
From 125 Ratings


#1 New York Times and Globe and Mail bestselling author Louse Penny's beloved Chief Inspector Armand Gamache mystery novels have received critical acclaim, won numerous awards, and have enthralled millions of readers. Featuring Chief Inspector of Homicide Armand Gamache of the Sûreté du Québec, these extraordinary novels are here together for the first time in a fabulous ebook bundle.

Still Life

Chief Inspector Gamache and his team of investigators are called to the scene of a suspicious death in Three Pines, a rural village south of Montreal. The locals are certain it's a tragic hunting accident and nothing more, but Gamache smells something foul this Thanksgiving season.

A Fatal Grace

When CC de Poitiers is found dead the day after Christmas, electrocuted in the middle of curling match with no witnesses, Chief Inspector Gamache digs beneath the surface to find where the real secrets are buried. But it seems that Gamache has some enemies of his own, and with the coming of the bitter winter winds, something far more chilling is in store.

The Cruelest Month
A group of Three Pines villagers decide to celebrate Easter with a séance at the Old Hadley House, hoping to rid the town of its evil-until one of their party dies of fright. But was it a natural death, or murder? As Chief Inspector Gamache investigates, he will be forced to face his very own ghosts as well as those residing in this seemingly idyllic town.


  • Kind and Wise and Funny

    By KarenWBuckley
    Louise Penney writes remarkable stories that touch the heart while challenging the mind to unravel the mystery. Plus she’s funny, in a tender way. Absolutely delightful.
  • The Cruelest Month

    By Suzette23
    These books came highly recommended from two friends with very similar reading tastes. I didn’t care for them at all. Plodding, tedious, unable to attach to any of the characters. The plots are confusing if not bizarre. I mostly skimmed the final chapters just to find out who the murderer was. Save your money.