The six-time Agatha Award-winning author of such best-sellers as Still Life and The Cruelest Month presents the latest entry in the popular Chief Inspector Gamache series. Wraps up the last book. Start this series at the beginnng, Still Life.
A patriarch's birthday gathering in Paris is violently disrupted by a natural disaster, revealing to a charismatic young photographer hidden fears and secrets that test the limits of family bonds. By the best-selling author of Sarah's Key.
A Somalian couple's tranquil life abroad in Oslo is irrevocably transformed by the arrival of their jihadist son's widow and children, who respectively retreat into strict religion and hunger for freedoms in a new homeland.
The author of Genius of Place describes the bloodiest day of the Civil War, leaving 3,654 dead at Antietam, in a high-stakes victory for the North, who drove the Confederates back into Virginia and inspired President Lincoln to issue the Emancipation Proclamation. 20,000 first printing