A Fatal Grace Quotes

Louise Penny
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Crie knew from long experience it was always the things you didn’t see that were the scariest. And what Crie didn’t see broke her heart.
-- Narrator (Chapter 3 paragraph 18)

Importance: At the beginning of the novel, a pattern emerges: Crie is the victim of her mother's selfishness. Rather than attend her daughter's play, CC is off having an affair. That CC is not in the audience to support her daughter breaks Crie's heart.

I suggest we give each other our unsolved cases and spend a few days reading over them. See if we can find something.
-- Gamache (Chapter 8 paragraph 56)

Importance: Speaking to fellow agent Marc Brault, Gamache suggests trading unsolved cases files. This leads Gamache to the murder of Elle, and ultimately, to CC's past. Had it not been for Gamache's idea, he might never have stumbled onto Elle.

But Gamache knew this mystery, like all murders, had begun long ago. This was neither the beginning nor...
-- Narrator (Chapter 9 paragraph 62)

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