There are strange things done in the Midnight Sun by The Men Who oil for gold. The Arctic Trails have their secret tales that would make your blood run cold the Northern Lights have seen queer sights but the queerest they ever did see was the night on the march of Lake lebarge I cremated Sam McGee
This was the third time, over the years, that I have listened to Ralph Cosham bring to life my favorite characters and village of 🎄🎄🎄 in How the Light Gets In. I still experience the excitement, tension, humor, fear, suspense, sadness and joy as though it were my first listen. The BONUS is the relaxed conversation between Louise Penny & Ralph Cosham. He is and always will be my favorite narrator and of course Louise Penny is my favorite author 🎄🎄🎄📚
When the stories started moving in and out of Three Pines I felt the plots grew to be more complex and more interesting. Really how many murders can one small community have?
Ralph Cosham has been an amazing reader. He had become the real voice of Armand Gamache. Ralph will be greatly missed.
This izs the best one yet. Kept me listening most or the night. Great characters!
I love this author and this narrator. I want to GO to Three Pines 🌲!! I'd like to live there! Great suspense and an excellent story. Highly recommended.
Each book gets at me a little more each time, some times it is hard to put it down. I always want to make it though the end.
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I've listened to all the books thus far. About to start #10.
There is suspense in them all.
I've held my breath at times in all of them.
This one was like a marathon almost orgasm with a huge finish. Bravo
I am usually completely enthralled with Louise Penny's complex stories because they move beyond the expected mysteries. However, How The Light Gets In often becomes muddled with the multiple storylines that seek to weave the threads from other stories into a finished tapestry. Instead, the larger design becomes lost. Penny tries too hard to infuse abstract psychological with deep meaning and fails. Despite this, I liked the book and look forward to the next installment.