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How the Light Gets In Setting

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Three Pines

Three Pines is a small town during which much of this novel is set. Constance travels to Three Pines to visit her friend Myrna. She asks to return for Christmas but never does. For this reason, Gamache is called to the tiny village to investigate her death. While he is there, Gamache needs to find a safe place to hide Therese and Jerome Brunel because they have been helping him to investigate corruption in the Surete. The town is the ideal place to hide because there is no Internet connection and no cell phone service.

Myrna’s New and Used Bookstore

Myrna’s bookstore is the setting of various conversations and meetings between various characters throughout the course of the novel.

Emilie Longpre’s House

Henri leads Gamache to Emilie Longpre’s house during a walk one night. Gamache decides to see if the house can be...

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