A Better Man - Chapters 32 - 36 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 32, Lacoste called Gamache to tell him that Homer was refusing to go to Three Pines because he never wanted to see Gamache again. When Gamache reminded Homer that Fred was in Three Pines Homer agreed to come and get Fred. Gamache and Lacoste managed to talk him into staying one night.

On his way home, Gamache received a call from Beauvoir informing him that Tracey had not gone home. Instead, he had gone to a bar. Gamache and Beauvoir met at that same bar. Beauvoir went into the bar even though Gamache warned him not to do so. Gamache stopped himself from going in to rescue Beauvoir even though he sensed that Beauvoir was going to beat Tracey. Tracey and his friends goaded Beauvoir on but he stood still and watched Tracey. When Tracey tripped and fell as he walked away...

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