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Mystery at Port Royal:
An Historical Fiction for Young People

Written by
Barbara M. Little

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127 pages, Paperback
ISBN: 9780888872753
$15.95 CA

This book is in stock and ships within 48 hours of receipt of order.

About the Book Stowing away on Captain Rossignol´s ship to the New Land was the best thing Gui had ever done ... or was it? Within months of landing, he finds himself hunted by a man wearing badly worn gentleman´s shoes.
In an attempt to discover who this man is, Gui stumbles into a nest of illegal fur trapping. Along with his best friend, Wowkwis, he is determined to bring these violators to justice. But, in doing so finds he, himself, is the one facing death.

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About the Author Barbara M. Little
Barbara M. Little (1943- ), author of "Mystery at Port Royal" (2003, Borealis) and "Mimikej and the Far Too Big Moccasins" (2005, Borealis), was born and raised in northern England. She immigrated to Canada in 1968 with her husband and eldest son, and has lived in Alberta (Edmonton) and British Columbia (Prince George and McBride). She now lives in Hopewell, Nova Scotia, with her husband Geoerge, and enjoys life with sons Barry and Keith, grandsons Shane and Steve, and daughter-in-law Andrea.

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