How the Light Gets In - Chapters 25 – 27 Summary & Analysis

Louise Penny
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In Chapter Twenty-five, as they wait for the equipment to be installed, Gamache and Therese study. Then, they talk about the Ouellet girls. One of the most bothersome aspects seems to be the insinuation that the Ouellet farmhouse was sold to the government. However, in the videos, the Ouellets still live there. Gamache tells Therese the documents about the sale are a lie. They are only meant to make the Ouellets look bad if they ever decided to publicly dispute the government for taking away their daughters. He thinks of the way that the quints’ mother had knitted each girl her own unique hat as shown by the video. He is still confused by the way she angrily throws one off screen.

Gamache goes to the B and B to call Lacoste. She reads from written notes that a hand knitted hat with a...

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