A Fatal Grace Symbols & Objects

Louise Penny
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Lawn Chair

Lawn chairs are positioned around the heating lamp on Lac Brume for the curling charity game. A lawn chair is electrified by Crie. It is used to electrocute CC.

The Lion in Winter

The Lion in Winter, an old film on video cassette, is watched repeatedly by CC, especially the part where Eleanor of Aquitaine arrives on shore on a barge, the brow of which is carved into a belligerent eagle. CC constructs the story that her mother is really Eleanor of Aquitaine.

Sealskin Boots

Sealskin boots with metal claws are worn by CC throughout Christmas and on the day she dies. Their lack of rubber soles and their metal claws guarantee that she will be electrocuted.

Niacin

Niacin, of the vitamin B complex, is found in large amounts in CC's body after death. Niacin is not dangerous, but causes overheating. It is slipped into...

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