How the Light Gets In - Chapters 19 – 21 Summary & Analysis

Louise Penny
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In Chapter Nineteen, in his office, Gamache is angry when he reads a report sent to him by Francoeur indicating that Jean-Guy is being sent out on another raid. Gamache walks to Dr. Fleury’s office. Gamache admits to Fleury he believes information about himself and his officers were leaked from the psychiatrist’s office. He tells the psychiatrist about Therese calling him paranoid. He explains his belief there is corruption in the Surete with a chief officer behind that corruption. Gamache tells his doctor his fear that Jean-Guy is being manipulated and turned against him. He asks to see Jean-Guy’s files. Fleury suggests that Gamache is responsible for his own problems, not that he is being prosecuted by someone. Gamache lets Fleury see the gun on his hip. He leaves when Fleury asks him why he’s carrying a gun. He says...

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