Louise Penny’s first thriller “Still Life” was celebrated as Discovery of the Year, the following volumes also received numerous awards and became best stellers. Penny relies on intuition instead of clues, on atmosphere instead of action and always creates high tension.Chief Inspector Armand Gamache is investigating in the community of Three Pines, near Quebec, which the writer imagined. The supposed idyll of the small, tranquil village is deceptive. Here, the chief inspector keeps discovering long-hidden secrets, insights into the deep human abysses and has to face his own demons in the process.The work of the Canadian journalist and writer will be presented by two of her translators. Andrea Stumpf and Gabriele Werbeck live and work in Munich whenever they are not in the intellectual universe of Three Pines. They garnish the reading of their favorite passages with anecdotes about the joys and sorrows of penny translation.With: Andrea Stumpf, Gabriele WerbeckThe reading takes place with the support of the Canadian Embassy in Berlin.Tickets EUR 9 / reduced EUR 7Tickets available in the bookstore, by phone on +49 (0)421/321523 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.orgPlease register in advance.