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The Wisdom of Armand Gamache: A Fatal Grace

The Wisdom of Armand Gamache: A Fatal Grace

02 FatalGrace WisdomOfGamache 2024 WorkingIn A Fatal Grace, it’s winter in Three Pines. The villagers are preparing for a traditional country Christmas, and someone is preparing for murder. If it’s been awhile since you’ve read the second book in the series, we invite you to refresh your memory of the novel with our Re-Read lead by the late Hope Dellon. You can also learn more about the real-life inspirations behind the settings and cultural references in the book, try a recipe the characters enjoy in A Fatal Grace, and explore more of all things A Fatal Grace here at GamacheSeries.com. 

“I often think we should have tattooed on the back of whatever hand we use to shoot or write, ‘I might be wrong.’” What quote would you have tattooed on the back of your hand? Let us know in the comments!

40 replies on “The Wisdom of Armand Gamache: A Fatal Grace”

I am not sure but like idea some one suggests about the 3 pines. I love it even more seeing series on Amazon!

Regarding tattoos, another teacher at our high school in Minnesota has a tattoo of three pines on the back of her ankle. It is TOO COOL- and I intend to copy her@

I grew up with an Indian quotation posted on a wall:
Love many, trust few, always paddle your own canoe.

Regarding tattoos, another teacher at our high school in Minnesota has a tattoo of three pines on the back of her ankle. It is too cool – and I intend to follow suit.

I grew up with an Indian quotation on our wall:
Love many, tryst few, akways po addke youf own canoe.

I loved your stories. The tattoo on my hand should read, “Don’t waste your energy on yesterday’s mistakes”.

This is particularly true to keep in mind when in any kind of leadership role. you can be wrong and somebody already responded often are. Don’t be too puffed up to say I’m sorry I was wrong.

Gamache is a great philosopher. He thinks before he reacts.
I read all the books during the COVID shut down and my husband was so impressed, he is reading them also. We are going on the 3 Pines tour this fall and very much looking forward to it. I too tell everyone that reads to get hooked on this series.

At this point in my life I might have “Help Please” on the back of my hand—a plea at times and a reminder at others.

I’ve recommended these books to all my reading friends. I’m about to start rereading the last one to prep for the new release.

Mine should be, “Does it need to be said.” Different piece of Gamache wisdom but the most apropos.

Mary K
Such good, clear wisdom! A very great gift to me and others, would be for me to absorb this wisdom as a ‘default’ for the rest of my life. What a joyous Godsend it could be

Ahh Mary, that is such sage advice. I use a similar one while sewing – measure twice cut once!

An important quote in a world where many are so polarized about their beliefs as being the right way that they are unable or unwilling to view other’s ideas and the possibility that those ideas could be correct

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