The Saguenay Sabotage: A World War II Novel

LIA GORDON IS A WAR REFUGEE living with her Canadian uncle and his wife in Arvida, an Aluminum Company of Canada town in northern Quebec. Aluminum was a strategic war material in World War II that was essential in the construction of airplanes. More

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About D. Wellington Lee

Diana was born and brought up in Arvida .QC, matriculated from Albert College, Belleville, ON, and graduated from Queen's University in Honours Chemistry. As a chemist she worked for C.I.L. in Beloeil, QC. Four children later, and with a MLS (Library Science) degree from U of A, she was Head, Information Services at an Alberta Government laboratory until her retirement.

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