Crime by two NL favoritesMyste

graftonIn X” by Sue Grafton,  Kinsey Millhone’s  ‘s latest client,  is seeking the  whereabouts of Christian Satterfield, the son she had when she was only 15.  Kinsey makes a few calls and rings a few bells, only to discover that everything her client told her was false.  “Grafton’s endless resourcefulness”  and  “her trademark self-deprecating humor” makes this series  “one of the seven wonders of the genre (Kirkus Reviews).”   In “The Nature of the Beast” by Louise Penny, Inspector  Gamache’s retirement is interrupt -again- when a nine-year-old boy   is found dead under suspicious circumstances.   Laurent Lepage, who had a penchant for crying wolf, claimed just before his death to have found  a gun as big as a building with a winged monster on it in the sheltering forest outside his village. “A strong sense of place, a multilayered plot, and well-crafted (and for Penny’s fans, familiar) characters combine for a thoughtful, intriguing tale (Library Journal).”

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