Sound, particularly Gregorian chanting, plays an integral part in The Beautiful Mystery.
Speaking of sound, do you prefer to read or to listen to Louise’s books?
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When we think of the Bistro, we envision a roaring fireplace, conversations with neighbors, and delicious food and drink.
Of the many meals we’ve all shared in the Bistro, which would you like to try the most?
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While the series is centered in Three Pines, Louise will occasionally set a book outside of the village.
What is your favorite non-Three Pines setting in the series?
The five senses play a powerful part in all of Louise’s books, from taste to sight to smell.
What scents come to mind when you think of Three Pines?
Three Pines, while not found on any map, is inspired by real locations, including Hovey Manor, the inspiration for Manoir Bellechasse — the inn where the Gamaches vacation every summer.
If you were to plan your perfect Three Pines vacation, where would you visit first?
Art is certainly a consistent thread throughout the Three Pines canon.
Are there any real-life artists or works of art that come to mind when you envision Three Pines?
Of all of the seasons in Three Pines, winter provides no shortage of suspense.
What’s your favorite season in Three Pines?