"I'm not sure Reine-Marie would be pleased if I became a librarian like her," said Gamache, looking over at his wife talking animatedly with Clara.
"I can just see both of you working at the Bibliotheque Nationale in Montreal, seething resentments between the aisles. Especially if you got promoted."
"That wouldn't happen. I can't spell. Have to sing the alphabet every time I look up a number in the phone book. Drives Reine-Marie crazy. But you want murderous feelings? Hang around librarians," confided Gamache. "All that silence. Gives them ideas."
A Rule Against Murder, Louise Penny