|Title:||Crossed Swords. A Canadian-American Tale of Love and Valor.|
Historical novel set during the 1775 attack on Quebec by American forces. Richard Montgomery and Benedict Arnold led the American forces who were successfully repulsed by the British garrison under the command of Guy Carleton. [Suggest a different description.]
Author Bio for Alloway, Mary Wilson (Mrs. Clement)
Mary Wilson Alloway (December 3, 1847—January 11, 1919) spent her entire life in Montreal, and died in California while on holiday. Her husband, Clement John Alloway was a veterinarian who became an insurance agent after retirement. Her talents included watercolour and china painting. Interest in local history underlies both her descriptive book, Famous Firesides of French Canada and her historical romance, Crossed Swords. (Canada's Early Women Writers: Simon Fraser University)
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