Song of Quebec

Dan Close

When American Jack Kearney hears Genevieve St. Andre singing in the streets of Quebec City in the mid-twentieth-Century, he is enthralled by her beauty and is determined to meet her. But Kearney’s special mission to Quebec must remain secret. And Genevieve has secrets of her own to protect. Jack and Genevieve’s adventures during this tumultuous period—and their involvement with events surrounding the province’s struggle with issues of independence from Canada, or continuation within the Commonwealth—are played out against the background of the grand French-inspired Quebec City, where danger lurks, international intrigue is afoot, and the unexpected is ever-present.

ISBN: 978-0-9907792-2-3