Glass Houses

Glass Houses

A Novel

eBook - 2017
Average Rating:
Rate this:
A suspicious figure that appears on the village green on a cold November day leaves a dead body in its wake, compelling Armand Gamache of the S©¬ret©♭ du Qu©♭bec to pursue an investigation that has difficult consequences.
Publisher: [S.l.] : St. Martin's Press, 2017
ISBN: 9781466873681
Characteristics: 1 online resource
text file
Additional Contributors: 3M Cloud Library


From the critics

Community Activity


Add a Comment

Oct 18, 2017

A great addition to this terrific mystery series.

Oct 13, 2017

I love this series and this is one of the best. Louise Penny never disappoints.

Oct 13, 2017

Not even close to the best book in the series. I'm tired of hearing about the Gamache's animal, Ruth's duck and Clara's hair. Much too much filler in this novel. The plot had the usual twists and turns of a Penny novel. Too much foul language when not necessary. Not sure I'll read another of her books.

Oct 03, 2017

This is one of the best in the series. I would echo what others have said, this is not the title to begin with, if you are new to the series. It really is best to begin with the first in the series. I’m sure the author and her editor would say that you don’t *have to* read the books in order, but it certainly is easier if you do.

Sep 25, 2017

Definitely a page turner! Wonderful - one of her best books yet.

Sep 24, 2017

Chief superintendent Armand Gamache a home run.

Sep 24, 2017

One of my favourite authors! She weaves together a crime novel and a cast of characters that almost defy description but are made to come alive in her books. I've read them all, and loved them all. In this one, however, I found it a little too hard to "suspend belief" . It was a little over the top.
Still, I can't wait to meet Armand, Reine Marie, Gabri and the gang again next year!

Sep 24, 2017

An absolutely wonderful novel. It has a plot with a murder, guilt, courtroom drama and justice hopefully being served not by the courts but by 'the court of conscience' which supersedes all other courts and a final heroic battle with the drug cartels. Gamache, never losing sight of his goal and his very ambitious plan to "burn the ships", develops a complex and brave strategy and puts his entire career and life in jeopardy with some startling results. One of Penny's best novels, suspenseful and an amazing finale.

Sep 21, 2017

I love Louise Penny's books and this one didn't disappoint. It kept me guessing all the way through. My only disappointment, and it is slight, there wasn't much story devoted to the townspeople. That is one of my favorite aspects of her novels.

Sep 15, 2017

I love everything Louise Penny writes. This novel is no exception. It helps tremendously to have read previous Three Pines novels as the residents of this remote village become as familiar as neighbors. Though this can be read as a stand alone novel, a new reader may be confused at the cast of characters without prior introduction to their personalities. The strongest and most induring character is Armand Gamache, formerly Chief Inspector of Homicide, now Superintendent of the Surente du Quebec. The depth of his moral fiber stems from his implacable honesty, loyalty to family, a belief in justice. In this installment, he is torn between deliberately committing perjury for the sake of a higher purpose at the risk of losing everything. When he is convinced the right thing to do, nothing can deter him to seeing it through. The story, part court room jockeying and real time drama, comes to an exciting conclusion that one can depend on in Louise Penny's novels.

View All Comments


Add Age Suitability

There are no ages for this title yet.


Add a Summary

There are no summaries for this title yet.


Add Notices

There are no notices for this title yet.


Add a Quote

There are no quotes for this title yet.

Explore Further


Subject Headings


Find it at ELPL

To Top