Best Book

Day 6: Best Book of 2015

I’m late to the Chief Inspector Gamache party and slowly working my way through the Louise Penny canon, but this last one that I read took my breath away. Not only is the plot compelling, but the literary quality of writing and compelling compassion of her characters has crowned it as my best book of 2015.

I’ve decided to participate in Susannah Conway’s December Reflections  photo prompts again this year. During this hectic and stressful season, won’t you join me in mindful reflection from life’s photographic window seats and contemplative comments that provide refuge from the madness.

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