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What led you to portay Elizabeth as being a little risque?
Tony

Are winters in Montreal rally that bad?

Did Makya only want a wife? This seems odd.
Shelia


Does Deerfield still exists?

Why is Jacques de Noyon sometimes spelled with a small d and sometimes with a capital D?
Carrie

Was Andrew Stevens really an Indian?
Shannon

Did Puritan towns have schools like Dame Beaman’s? Julie

I finished the Fearful Passage North. Thoroughly enjoyed it. Of course, wasn't ready for it to end. Could actually pick it up again and re-read. Question for you. Did the Puritan towns really have taverns? Diane

Was Lizzie's mother really related to Shakespeare?
Stacey

I saw somewhere the date of the Deerfield raid as February 29, 1703/04. What does that mean?
Carrie

Thank you so much for thinking of me.Can't wait to get into Fearful Passage North. I'm very happy to add it to your other books that I have thoroughly enjoyed. With the winter we are having we can all relate to the first sentence of the book,"Cold,all she knew was cold". Joe Hayes

We enjoyed the Allard's and we loved the Corridor and the Pain Doc. We are very excited to start the Labyrinth!
Chris and Ann

I just found your books and can't wait to start reading them! I have been doing family genealogy since the mid-1970's and this past year decided to concentrate on my mother's paternal side - Vilandre. As you know, Duteau dit Vilandre married into the Allard family. Along with genealogy I have a passion for history and was very happy to find your books. It has been difficult for me to find out the personal side of my family's early life in Canada. I only was able to see my grandfather once a year due to distance and never was able to get him to talk of his side of the family. These books will help make the real for me and get me to know them a little better. Thank you!
Cheryl

Great web site Bill. I enjoyed the reading/proofing of the Allard Series. Such fun to read about our family! Can't wait for your new book to arrive. Keep it up. Karen Allard

I've thoroughly enjoyed reading all 8 of the Allard series and plan to reread them. Thanks for the insight into the lives of our ancestors. My GG Grandmother is MaryAnn Freton/Forton daughter of Julian and Angelica Renaud. Marianne Flynn


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Selected Works

Historical Fiction Novel
Gravely wounded at the end of 1634-Return to the New World, Françoise Langlois must fight for her life while the fledgling French colony of Québec must fight for its as the Indian nations enlarge their wars with each other along their new European neighbors. Follow Françoise along with her French-Canadian compatriots as they struggle against all odds to retain and grow their place in the New World.
Historical fiction novel.
An enigmatic young woman emerges from a life of bad circumstances and worse luck, finding herself with a small group of French families traveling to the New world where they will prosper as the early prominent families of Canada.
Historical fiction
1704, the Puritan Massachusetts frontier: The small village of newly wed Elizabeth Price is raided by Indians. She is taken along with 100 of her neighbors and marched through the brutal snows of winter to Montreal where she must begin a new life.
Fiction, Medical intrigue
Convinced they are receiving the finest of care, seniors are being trapped in an inescapable maze while Medicare is being bilked for billions.
Greed and lust breed outrageous healthcare fraud in the rich suburbs of The Motor City.
Thriller
Fast-paced thriller of outrageous healthcare fraud set in Detroit's inner city.
HISTORICAL FICTION
A young man leaves his home in France for the unknown wilderness of Quebec.
Historical Fiction
Jean-Baptiste Allard follows Antoine Cadillac to the frontiers of New France.
The Allard family battles in vain to save Quebec from the British.
Young Jacques Allard leaves Quebec forever to follow the wilderness ultimately making his family home in the outpost of Detroit.
Jacques Allard and his son follow Lewis and Clark to the sea, returning to find Detroit in ashes.
Young widow, Therese Allard, finds romance and adventure while helping to build Detroit's famous Underground Railroad.
Detroit's young men march off to join the Civil War, returning to began the Industrial Revolution
Detroit during Prohibition, the Great Depression and two World Wars becomes the Motor City.

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