Depeschen mit dem Leitwort Louise Penny

  • How the Light Gets In by Louise Penny
  • The Boy Who Could See Demons by Carolyn Jess-Cooke
  • A Decent Interval by Simon Brett
  • Sandrine’s Case by Thomas H. Cook

Winter’s Bane: Marilyn Stasio about new crime fiction books by Louise Penny, Carolyn Jess-Cooke, Simon Brett and Thomas H. Cook. Her reviews at The New York Times.

»I wanted to write books where you can have characters sitting around, drinking tea in front of a fireplace; you can have friendship, humour, love, and, yes, you can also have murders, explosions, police procedurals. You can have all that in a mystery novel — just like in literature, like in life.«

Louise Penny

Louise Penny doesn’t see her success as a given: Joel Yanofsky in conversation with mystery writer Louise Penny, who just published her latest novel How the Light Gets In. Read the interview at The Montreal Gazette.

  • How The Light Gets In by Louise Penny
  • The Gifted and Deadly Appearances by Gail Bowen
  • Shoot the Dog by Brad Smith

A good read: Sarah Weinman reviews new books from Louise Penny, Gail Bowen, and Brad Smith. Her Crimewave at the National Post.