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Fall of Quebec

In 1608, Samuel Champlain began his fort which became the impregnable Citadelle of Quebec. This unapproachable fortress maintained the French Canadian hold on New France, but eventually, the overwhelming numbers of British troops as well as some bad luck for the French resulted to the ultimate fall to the fortress and the beginning of British rule. Following the fall, Pierre Allard succumbs to injuries and his fifteen-year-old son, Jacques makes arrangements to leave for the west with Canada’s renowned backwoodsman, Jean-Baptiste Charbonneau, and begin The Allards Book Four: The Voyageur leading our tale into the frontier at the Straits of Detroit. Next week a departure into healthcare fraud and the soon to be released book, The Labyrinth. Read More 
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