by Nikki Everts
“a fascinating backdrop for a murder mystery” C.S. O’Cinneide, author of Petra’s Ghost
“… a tale of sisterly love, human failings, misplaced loyalty, betrayal, forgiveness, danger and intrigue, delivered with a historically interesting twist. It is an engaging and suspenseful read.”
Sue Williams, author of Ready to Come About
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Montreal in 1969. The glory days of Expo 67 are fading and a home-grown separatist movement, the FLQ, is ramping up its terrorist activities. An old veteran dies; an accident, say the police, but his granddaughters Kit and Sondra disagree. Beginning their own investigations, they stir up danger, intrigue, and for Kit, the possibility of love, as they strive to unravel the mystery of their grandfather’s death.
Advance praise for Evidence of Uncertain Origin:
“…a wonderful historical mystery, cunning and political, but most of all: surprising and intriguing. Skeptical Kit and her imaginative and emotional younger sister Sondra make delightful sleuths, exploring Montreal during the FLQ crisis of the late 1960s. I enjoyed this novel very much.”
Sandra Gulland, author of the Josephine B. Trilogy
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