Glass Houses Characters

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Armand Gamache

Armand Gamache is the new Chief Superintendent of the Sûreté. He is the hero and main character of the novel as he lays his job on the line in order to win a major victory in the war on drugs. He is described as he testifies in the witness stand in a murder trial and also as he first deals with the cobrador that appears in the village green and then investigates the murder that seems to be connected with this cobrador.

Gamache is a person of high moral standing. Even though he feels that he should have done something to stop Katie’s murder, which he believed was connected with the cobrador, he knew he had no legal standing to make the man leave the village. In order to make the world a better place by removing one of the larger drug cartel leaders, Gamache...

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