In her latest, gripping book, No. 1 New York Times bestselling author Louise Penny shatters the conventions of the crime novel to explore what Gandhi called ‘the court of conscience.’ Join Penny to hear about the latest installment in her award-winning Gamache Series, her fascinating career – including why she left her CBC post to write her first novel – and insight into her work for devoted fans and new readers alike.
Louise Penny worked as a broadcaster with CBC before she began writing mysteries. Her first, Still Life, won the Arthur Ellis Award for best first crime novel, along with awards in the United States and United Kingdom. Her subsequent novels featuring Chief Inspector Armand Gamache have earned her an enthusiastic following as well as several more awards. Penny lives near Montreal.