Denise Duncan (née Dalcourt) is proud to finally present her first novel: a historical, inspirational romance. This book is near and dear to her heart given it highlights the glory days of the Huron tribe.
After teaching 15+ years in the Niagara peninsula, she now lives in London, Ontario where she is near her two precious grand-children. Her three sons live dispersed on the continent: Victoria, BC and Washington state as well as London, Ontario. She has a number of books in the making which she hopes to publish as well.
Women of Faith and Men of Honor
by Denise Duncan
Published: March 16, 2018
The year is 1649, after a tragic canoe accident, Rebekah and Joshua are found unconscious by a small Huron hunting party who bring them to their village. The two French children of missionaries must try to adapt to a totally new culture in spite of the grief of losing their parents.1649 is a year of great upheaval for the Huron tribes west of the Great Falls. The elders realize escape is survival.
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