The Seekers by Charles O. Goulet is the latest of the Marin Family Chronicles. It is the story of Canada becoming a nation in 1867 and the effect it has on the Marin family who are now scattered throughout the colonies that will unite to form the Dominion of Canada.
The Seekers is available from Amazon.com, Amazon.ca, Barnes and Noble and many other bookstores.
|I'm Here But Not All
There by Gerry Marcotte is a reissue of his
popular book of poetry that is a sequel to his first
book An Eclectic Gathering. Both have been well
received by the public. Gerry's poetry touches the inner
person with its depth and understanding of the human soul.
I'm Here But Not All There is available from Amazon.com, Amazon.ca, Barnes and Noble and many other bookstores. If your favourite bookstore doesn't have it on their shelves ask them to stock it.
Betrayal Path by Brian Van Norman is the story of
Allan Nashe, an English spy summoned from the gaming
haunts of Bath to a new assignment. Sent to Quebec,
his mission is to discover the state of French defenses
and find a way to sabotage them. But within the pit
of espionage, fate hands Nashe a conundrum. The war
within him begins to reflect that which roils around
him. Enamored of French Quebecois culture and in
love with an exquisite noblesse, Nashe wrestles with his
conscience. Can he fulfill his duty to betray his
newfound friends or turn traitor and protect them?
|Anne Marie Martel by Joachim Bouflet
is the story of Anne Marie Martel the foundress of the
religious order of nuns, The Sisters of the Child Jesus
founded in France in the 17th century and now found on all
the continents. It is the amazing story of a young woman
who succeeded in an era of strife and uncertainty
Anne Marie Marte is available from Amazon.ca, Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble, and many online bookstores
Rebellion by Maria L.
Ierfino-Adornato is the story of
young Mary McCord who rebels against the beliefs and
values of her aristocratic father and family during the
Rebellions of 1837 in Lower and Upper Canada against the
autocratic rule of the privileged and wealthy Anglo-Saxon
of the conquest of New France in 1759.
|Captive Daughter, Enemy Wife
by Mary Tweedy
is the story of White Corn, a young maiden of the Neutral
tribe that in the 15th century occupied the Niagara
region of what is now the Province of Ontario. She is
captured by an Iroquois tribe, the Onandaga who adopted
her into their tribe.
Captive Daughter, Enemy Wife is available from Amazon.ca, Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble and many other online bookstores.
is the story of Ellen Woods, a young woman, who grows up
on the Western Canadian prairies during the Great
Depression and World War II where she experiences love,
despair, tragedy, and hardship, but never loses faith
and hope that she will survive and flourish.
|Faces, Souls, and Painted Crows,
by Rudi Unterthiner, is the story of Dr. Paul
Reiter who is torn between his work as a cosmetic
surgeon in Hollywood and his true calling as a healer to
the Indians of Mexico's Baja until his wife teaches him
about the power of forgiveness and the true connection
between faces and souls.
Ethel Devlin, s.e.j.,
is the story of a remarkable
woman who founded the religious order, Sisters of the
Child Jesus in Le Puy, France in the 17th century to aid
the poor and oppresed of that city. Since, the order has
spread through out the world, including Canada.
by Charles O. Goulet, is the fifth book in the series, The Marin
Family Chronicles. It continues the story of the Marin
Family as it struggles to survive in the hostile world of
early 18th century North America where France and England
vie for supremacy by raids, incursions, massacres. and
The Sun Dance,
by Charles O. Goulet, is the story of Little Bear,
a member of the Blackfoot tribe, who has a vision of
uniting the other tribes into a confederacy to oppose
their enemies, but he is thwarted by the chiefs and member
of his own people.
Mr. Goulet has relived one of the important events of the aboriginal people of North America.
Hay, is a
novel that graphically portrays the horror of trench
warfare during World War I on the battlefields of France
and Belgium as experienced by the soldiers of the
Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry.
Mr. Hay has captured the suffering, the courage, the pathos of the soldiers that lived and died in those trenches.
by Alan Fisk
is the story of Father
Ralph Fletcher who is hired for forty silver coins called
'testoons' to minister to the fishermen who overwinter in
Newfoundland in 1504. It is a story of spies, conspiracy,
and treason as these fishermen try to depose King Henry
VII of England with a Yorkist pretender.
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