Louise Penny

Louise Penny is a Canadian mystery writer.
Louise Penny is a Canadian mystery writer. (Jean-Francois Berube)

Thirteen years ago, Louise Penny was a CBC broadcaster and journalist. Now, she's an award-winning author who has sold more than 4 million books and has won armloads of prizes, thanks to her Inspector Armand Gamache mysteries. Her bestselling mysteries include Still Life, Bury Your Dead, A Trick of the Light and Glass Houses. In 2013, Penny was named to the Order of Canada.

Books by Louise Penny

Interviews with Louise Penny

The Canadian mystery author talks to Wendy Mesley about the twists and turns in her personal story. 9:13
Glass Houses is the 13th book in Louise Penny's ongoing series about Inspector Armand Gamache. The Canadian author opens up about the process of writing her latest book while dealing with her husband's death. 16:50
Louise Penny on the latest book in her Chief Inspector Armand Gamache mystery series. 16:48

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