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Louise Penny Writing Styles in A Fatal Grace

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Point of View

A Fatal Grace is told from the point of view of a third-person narrator. The narrator knows and shares with the reader conversations between the characters and the thoughts and emotions of the characters. At the beginning of the novel, Penny tells her reader that CC is going to be murdered. That is the only information that the reader receives in advance. The remainder of the evidence and clues are revealed as they are revealed to the characters.

The story is told from the third person point of view. This point of view is ideal for this novel since it would be almost impossible for it to be told from a first-person point of view. Input from other characters in the form of their thoughts, opinions, and actions is necessary to tell the story fully. If the story were narrowed to a single point of...

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