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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Louise Penny
Agatha Christie probably would be happy in the idyllic little Canadian village of Three Pines, where murder seems to be the cottage industry
Over many years, Inspector Wexford has established himself in the minds of his readers as the icon of justice in the English village of Kingsmarkham, where he is relied on to solve murders and resolve all malice domestic.
Ms. Penny writes with considerable sympathy for the plight of her characters and romanticizes Inspector Gamache, who dominates her books as Poirot never did any of Christie's domestic mysteries.