This is the true saga of a family that left France in the seventeenth century and settled in Scotland. This was the start of a migration that led them back to France in the throes of the Revolution, to London, to Cornwall, to the Midlands, south again to Devon, across the Atlantic to Argentina and even to a mid-nineteenth century frontier town in North America. It is a tale of wealth and poverty, of success and tragedy, of the strength of family bonds and of intense sibling rivalry. It would be difficult to find the like in a work of fiction.
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