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Slavery in Canada

While in Quebec City, we visited a museum — the Musee des Beaux Arts — that features Inuit works from across Canada (stunning) and well-known Quebec artists such as Jean-Paul

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Paris Serendipity

Back from Paris and I’m pleased to report that I’ve written four chapters of the new novel. The outline is working well as a guide and I can still hold

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Images of WWI

I’m working on my third novel, Time & Regret, the story of Martin Devlin and his granddaughter, Grace, who tries to solve a mystery he left for her embedded in

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Finding History in Hackney

While on leave in London, June 1918, my WWI soldier, Martin Devlin, visits the home of his sweetheart, Cynthia Gibson. For some reason – probably because I knew the town

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