Indians, Frenchmen, Englishmen, wars, strained friendships, and romance are all interwoven in Eliza Pollard's fast paced historical novel.
When Charles Langlade deserted his birth place in upper Canada to marry an Indian squaw and then to fight with his Indian tribe for the French against the English, he also lost his best friend, Roger Boscowen, who led his rangers for the English against the French.
Meanwhile the historically famous General Louis de Montcalm entered Canada on behalf of the French and things took a turn in favour for the French due to the help of Langlade. But would the jealous government of French Canada succeed in using De Montcalm's daughter Mercedes—who had come with her father from France with the intention to enter a Canadian convent—to destroy Montcalm's fame?
And would Charles and Roger indeed fight each other? Would their friendship ever be restored?
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