Glass Houses - Chapters 25 - 27 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 25, the narrator describes the moment that Gamache decided to appear to stop his fight in the war on crime. He wrote down his thoughts about what he planned to do and what the results of his inaction might be in a notebook which he locked in his desk drawer. As he wrote he thought about what the world might be like for his grandchildren if he did not act.

Meanwhile, Lacoste and Beauvoir were discussing the murder in the church basement. Of interest were Anton and Jacqueline, the two new people in the village. They had both said they could not discuss their previous employer because they had signed a confidentiality agreement. They had been reluctant even to give the names of the people for whom they had worked but Lacoste had found out it was Antonio and Maria Celeste Ruiz...

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