By Micheline Duff
Les secrets and techniques de famille d’une amie et de captivantes recherches ont amené Micheline Duff à écrire cette saga. Ce troisième volet de l. a. série est un hymne à l’amour fraternel. Toujours dans un véritable contexte d’époque, los angeles fiction et l’épopée réelle d’une famille québécoise du Saguenay s’y fusionnent pour mener le lecteur vers une end inattendue et castle émouvante.
À l’hiver 1889, Marguerite revient à Montréal avec l’espoir que les catholiques francophones de cette ville en pleine effervescence l’accueillent favorablement avec son fils et son mari, devenu pasteur protestant. Sa sœur Anne los angeles voit partir à remorse, mais elle préfère demeurer à Lowell auprès de ses enfants et de son époux, un journaliste militant pour los angeles survivance du français aux États-Unis. Quant à Camille, leur cadette, elle connaît plutôt l’instabilité et les mésaventures avant que l’horizon ne s’éclaircisse pour elle aussi.
Au fil des années, le bonheur s’installera enfin dans l’existence des trois sœurs Laurin, jusqu’au jour où l’une d’elles découvrira une insoutenable vérité. Pour quelle raison ce mystery à faire frémir constituerait-il une threat pour elle et sa famille, en plus de risquer de troubler los angeles sérénité de ses sœurs ?
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At Genoa the ladies departed, and their places were taken by a Jewish gentleman with handsome dark eyes and wavy dark hair, carrying two large suitcases full of household gadgets. But this Jewish gentleman—his name was Robin, shortened from Rabinowich—had been brought up among old things, and found them dirty and stupid. His job was to travel all over this old Europe selling modern electrical contraptions. I went to school in another such hut, and sat and scratched my legs and tried to catch the fleas, and chanted long Hebrew texts of which I did not understand one word.
It was fortunate the officer didn’t have those corsets on, for now he needed every particle of muscle and wind he had. They brought up a huge green moray, the largest of all the eels, and the most dangerous. He was more than six feet long, and when you saw him down in the water you thought he was clad in elegant green velvet. Lanny’s reputation as an entertainer of customers was much enhanced; for Captain Bragescu might have thought that dinner dances were got up for business reasons, but he couldn’t doubt that this eager lad really admired his prowess as a fisherman.
Uncle Jesse wanted to laugh again, but there was such an earnest look in his nephew’s eyes that he checked himself. “It happens that I’m going to pay a visit in a slum this afternoon. ” The boy was much excited. And a woman who lived there for the same noble and idealistic reasons that Lanny had been dreaming about! ” Leese gave them some lunch, and then they walked to the tram and rode cheaply into the city. When they got off, they walked into the “old town,” picturesque and fascinating to tourists.