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Bec_lectic
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Scored at a lending library!! Have yet to read this author but think I have a good start!

valeriegeary Nice! 🙌 4d
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sherryvdh
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1. ☝️
2. I finally found new winter boots that I like the look of and fit sufficiently. It was a long search.
3. Couch, blanket, book
4. 3
5. ❤❤❤
#friyayintro @howjessreads

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JulAnna
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#KeepLitsyActive #detective

Chief Inspector Gamache
Well developed character, flawed yet admirable
@ljuliel

RaimeyGallant And that duck! 2w
ljuliel Great picture and post ! Thank you. I must be missing something , as I‘ve been trying to play Where‘s Waldo , but looking for a duck 🦆 ? 2w
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Laura317
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I had some blood vessels in my nose cauterized today. My nose is a hot mess at the moment. Stupid side effect from chemo. So, as a treat to myself, I am starting this book. I hope it‘s as good as the others.

Crazeedi I enjoyed this series 3w
CarolynM That doesn't sound like fun☹️ Hope the book makes up for it 💐 3w
Laura317 @Crazeedi Right now, it‘s my favorite series! I‘m trying to draw it out as long as possible. @CarolynM It wasn‘t fun, but the result was good. The book definitely made up for it!! 2w
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caitskye
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I feel like this book is where the series really starts picking up! I still don't think Louise Penny is the best mystery writer out there (although I don't read much mystery, admittedly), I'm sticking around because I love her characters and Three Pines.

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CarolynM
Glass Houses | Louise Penny
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Pickpick

OMG, another murder in Three Pines! I hate to think how much nefarious activity would go on there if it was more accessible 😂 Seriously, though, I really enjoyed this instalment in the series even if I wasn't completely convinced by all of it. I liked the way she told the story and I thought she handled the time shifts really well. Thought provoking re the role of conscience in the criminal justice system. Do the ends ever justify the means?

Amiable I enjoy this series—I think I like the overarching storyline better than the mysteries themselves. The characters feel so real. Penny is so skilled at bringing them to life. 3w
CarolynM @Amiable Yes, I agree. The personal journeys of the recurring characters are really well done. 3w
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ATB
The Cruellest Month | Louise Penny
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Back at it this morning. #24B4MONDAY

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CarolynM
Glass Houses | Louise Penny
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Indeed. Your conscience is for your own actions, not to police the actions of others.

Jeg How very true. 4w
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Bookwormjillk
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Pickpick

This is a good one- many of the pieces that make up future story lines start to come together in this book.

#TeamSlaughter (theme)

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TrishB
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Wow 😮 there‘s a bit of everything in this one!! I think this is my favourite so far. The plot is great, so much going on and the personal stories take a huge leap.
Loved it 👍🏻♥️

Andrew65 Must get back to this series, only read the first one. 1mo
JennyM Just finished the first one this weekend...absolutely loved it. 1mo
TrishB @Andrew65 another one that matures 😁👍🏻 1mo
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TrishB @JennyM so glad you loved it ❤️ these are so good. 1mo
CarolynM Such a wonderful series. Think it's time for me to pick up the next one. 1mo
TrishB @CarolynM it‘s one of those series I don‘t want to catch up on! 1mo
CarolynM I know! I've only got 3 to go. 1mo
Caroline2 This is my fav one too. 👍 it felt very final tho, I‘m a bit worried where they can go from here?? 🤷‍♀️ 1mo
TrishB @CarolynM scary 😮 1mo
TrishB @Caroline2 my mind is boggling too 🤷‍♀️ 1mo
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