Bibliography: Chief Inspector Gamache series (to date)
The books in this series are published by Minotaur Books, an imprint of St. Martin's Press, New York City, New York. Aside from the books, there is also a short novella called The Hangman (2010) (Grass Roots Press ISBN 978-1926583242) which features Inspector Gamache and is set in Three Pines. However, this novella does not form part of the series, and was written as a simple story for adults learning to read English.
Still Life (2005) Minotaur Books ISBN 978-1410448972
A Fatal Grace (2007) (Canada title: Dead Cold) Minotaur Books ISBN 978-0312352561
The Cruelest Month (2008) Minotaur Books ISBN 978-1585366040
A Rule Against Murder (2009) (Canada title: The Murder Stone) Minotaur Books ISBN 978-0312614164
The Brutal Telling (2009) Minotaur Books ISBN 978-1410423047
Bury Your Dead (2010) Minotaur Books ISBN 978-1585366040
A Trick Of The Light (2011) Minotaur Books ISBN 978-1410441072
The Beautiful Mystery (2012) Minotaur Books ISBN 978-0312655464
How The Light Gets In (2013) Minotaur Books ISBN 978-0312655471
The Long Way Home (2014) Minotaur Books ISBN 978-1250022066
The Nature Of The Beast (2015) Minotaur Books ISBN 978-1250022080
A Great Reckoning (2016) Minotaur Books ISBN 978-1250022134
Glass Houses (2017) Minotaur Books ISBN 978-1250066190
Kingdom Of The Blind (2018) Minotaur Books ISBN 978-1250308122
Louise Penny is a Canadian author of mystery novels set in the Canadian province of Quebec centred on the work of Chief Inspector Armand Gamache of the Sûreté du Québec. Ms Penny's first career was as a radio broadcaster for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. After she turned to writing, she won numerous awards for her work, including the Agatha Award for best mystery novel of the year five times, including four consecutive years (2007–2010), and the Anthony Award for best novel of the year five times, including four consecutive years (2010–2013). Ms Penny’s novels have been published in 23 languages.
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