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How the Light Gets In - Chapters 10 – 12 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter Ten, Gamache talks privately with Olivier before breakfast. At breakfast, Gabri tells Gamache that while Constance hadn’t seemed to like gays when she first arrived in Three Pines, she became very motherly to all of the residents of Three Pines including he and Olivier. At the bistro, Ruth invites Gamache to sit next to her. As the others come to talk, Gabri points out that Gamache has made a reference to who Constance really was. It is Ruth who breaks the news that Constance was one of the Ouellet Quints.

In Chapter Eleven, Ruth admits to others that Constance told her she was one of the quints. She won’t give away any information about what the two talked about or how the topic came up. Gamache calls Lacoste and the two arrange to meet at Constance’s former home. At...

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