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As the early morning mist clears on Thanksgiving Sunday the homes of Three Pines come to life all except oneTo locals the village is a safe haven So they are bewildered when a well loved member of the community is found lying dead in the maple woods Surely it was an accident a hunter's arrow gone astray Who could want Jane Neal dead?In a long and distinguished career with the Sûreté du Quebec Chief Inspector Armand Gamache has learned to look for snakes in Eden Gamache knows something dark is lurking behind the white picket fences and if he watches closely enough Three Pines will begin to give up its secrets


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    Middling books are the hardest to review dontchathink?Maybe it's the recent time change is there any point to Daylight Savings Time any? maybe it's the fact that I feel like I'm swimming uphill in my nursing clinical trying to get hours in but Still Life kept putting me to sleep A blurb or a review I forget which compares her to Agatha Christie which I suppose could be true only it's a version of Christie that was being paid by the word and operates only inside people's heads which really isn't Christie at all Consider Christie's brief character description from Crooked House about Uncle Roger an emotional gentle giant “He collided with a screen said ‘I beg your pardon’ to it in a flustered manner and went out of the room It was rather like the exit of a bumble bee and left a noticeable silence behind it” In Still Life we get characters musing The studio was growing cold and Clara wondered whether Peter sitting across the hall in his own studio was also cold He would almost certainly she thought with a twang of envy be working too hard to notice He never seemed to suffer from the uncertainty that could freeze her leave her stuck and frozen in place He just kept putting one foot in front of the other producing his excruciatingly detailed works that sold for thousands in Montreal It took him months to do each piece he was so painfully precise and methodical She'd given him a roller for his birthday one year and told him to paint faster He didn't seem to appreciate the joke Perhaps because it wasn't entirely a joke Goodness no wonder I kept falling asleep There is a great deal of telling and hardly any showing Dialogue is employed when it comes time to discover items of significance or sum up progress Inspector Gamache who I liked strictly because his name bears a resemblance to 'ganache' holds an informal inquest and meets with all the villagers togther reviewing the circumstances of the death Later he convenes with his team reviewing clues brainstorming solutions For those who fell asleep earlier it's a nice chance to catch upThe plot is fine nothing unusual It is possibly even a bit predictable as I've mentioned before if I can figure out what the mystery is it must be relatively simple I did like a development near the end that further fleshed out a character However many of the characters were one note the urbane gay couple that ran a bistro and whose main conversation seemed to be joking about being gay the petulant money grabbing niece the caustic village witch I mean 'poet' There was also a junior detective whose characterization was particularly strange I thought perhaps she was involved to block a crucial plot point but I think I was wrong Overall I'd have to say the Christie comparison wears thin It's not that Christie wouldn't have had weak characters just that in her best works they would have felt a little less farcicalOverall though it's a nice little study of the small village of Three Pines in Quebec and of the talented Inspector and his team A bit too pastoral for my own tastes it's a bit like a painting of a haystack at sunset instead of a group of women dancing To combat the sleepies I started reading from the end hoping to find a strong finish that would invigorate me it's kind of like hopscotch a chapter or two then flip back further And while it did I have no real interest in re readingI'll give the next couple a try because my mom wants to give them a go and because my friends seem to enjoy the series Of course your own mileage may vary Note that it won a first book award or twoTwo two and a half stars