A Better Man - Chapters 41 - 43 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 41, Beauvoir learned after he was back at Gamache’s house that it was Tracey who had pulled him from the river. Homer had not survived. His body was found at the same bend in the river where Vivienne had been found.

Lacoste told Beauvoir since it was his last case, he should be the one to charge Cloutier and arrest her. Gamache informed them that Cloutier was lying but when Beauvoir questioned Cloutier, she continued to lie about being responsible for Vivienne’s death. Beauvoir caught Cloutier in her lie when Cloutier claimed she had called Vivienne the day Vivienne died to set up a meeting. Beauvoir pointed out there was no record of that call. He asked why she was lying.

Cameron assumed it was Tracey who had really killed Vivienne, that Gamache had lied only to distract Homer. Gamache...

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