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7 books of Pat Mattaini Mestern

Based on the true stories of English woman Elizabeth Bagley Morrison, who made a mark in Colonial America with her far-­reaching ideals, and William Servos Hult, an African slave who won his freedom and rose to prominence in the spice trade before immigrating to Canada. Mestern has woven truth through her fiction's fabric, creating a tale of people and principles at the founding of our nation.

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Ferguss founders, Lowland Scots Adam Fergusson and James Webster, gave all new streets Scottish names, a practice still maintained by the local council.

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From the sophistication and glamour of upper-­class New York City life during the roaring twenties, Erie Carliss travels in distance and time to discover her secret past in the Mennonite country of rural Wellington County. Her journey is filled with intrigue, gangsters, whisky running and romance.

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Born into the Poor House in Fergus, Ontario, bound out to a wealthy family, Anna Ellington returns to Fergus c1904 as a beautiful woman in search of her family. She finds romance, wealth, mystery, intrigue and answers to many questions. Readers will never forget Anna and the folks that enter her life.

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Fergus's founders, Lowland Scots Adam Fergusson and James Webster, gave all new streets Scottish names, a practice still maintained by the local council.

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The story of a village suddenly wakened from years of apathy and restraint. 1947, a year of transition, the war is over, the world has changed, people are restless, relationships are strained. Men have returned from the war physically and mentally exhausted. During thirteen days in the autumn of 1947, a mysterious Count proves there is common sense, integrity, and harmony in the midst of chaos.

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For Pat’s fourth novel “Magdalena's Song” , She chose to place the characters in a small village in rural Ontario. The book's story takes place during a twelve day period in 1947 when a mysterious old man arrived in the village on the Saugeen River in Grey County. Like any small communities, the man's appearance is considered suspicious by a number of local residents, especially when the lives of some of the most influential villagers begin to unravel quickly after his arrival. Is Daniel the ghost of a gypsy who once loved a woman from the area? Is he a labour organizer with a very slick cover story? Whatever - or whoever - he is, the village will never be the same after Daniel leaves. Magdalena's Song was written as a lasting tribute to the Romani who traveled through southern Ontario during the 1920's to early 1950's. The story immortalizes those individuals who traveled "the road" and whose music, that Pat heard as a child, which has always remained in her heart.

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Books of Pat Mattaini Mestern