Thomas B. Costain
Doubleday & Co., 1949, 371 PP
Philippe and Félicité, both orphaned in colonial French Canada as toddlers, find their lives together with a close association with Charles le Moyne, the Seigneur of Longueuil and head of the powerful Le Moyne family of Montreal.
As the eldest of eleven sons, Charles runs the family's affairs from Montreal while the other brothers divide their time between defending France's new world ...
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