The Beautiful MysteryBook - 2012
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Religious music serves as the backdrop for bestseller Penny's excellent eighth novel featuring Chief Insp. Armand Gamache and his loyal number two, Insp. Jean-Guy Beauvoir. They travel to an isolated monastery to investigate the murder of its choirmaster. Gamache soon finds serious divisions am... Read More »
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Gamache to Reine-Marie: "There's clearly something very wrong here, among the monks. An enmity. But when they sing it's like all of that never happened. They seem to go to another place. A deeper place. Where no quarrels exist. A place of contentment and peace. Not even joy, I think. But freedom. They seem free from the cares of the world. That young monk, Frère Luc, described it as letting go of all thought. I wonder if that's what freedom is?" p 105
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