A Walk with Mary

Set in one of Canada’s most historic regions, in a time of stoicism, we find that as Mary’s long-repressed spirit begins to re-emerge, Alzheimer’s is washing away her memories, just as the waters washed away her beloved village. Her granddaughter, Eliza, realizes if anyone is to ever truly know who she is, her story needs to be told. More

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About Jennifer DeBruin

With deep ancestral roots in New France/Quebec, Upper Canada/Ontario, and colonial America, Jennifer is interested in exploring the human story within this rich history. Combining her passion and experience in writing, education, history, and genealogy, she writes fact-based, historical fiction that engages readers in “discovering the humanity in the history.” A dynamic and knowledgeable speaker, Jennifer is a sought after presenter at historical, literary and community events.

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