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Paul Almond continues launch of THE SURVIVOR throughout Quebec this July

June 23, 2011

Paul Almond’s THE SURVIVOR is Book Two of the Alford Saga, a series chronicling over two hundred years of Quebec, Canadian, and world history as seen through the eyes of one settler’s family. Paul will be launching THE SURVIVOR throughout Quebec this July.

The action-packed novel centres around Thomas Manning, a deserter of the British Navy, as he is forced to change his name to James Alford to avoid the death penalty.  Follow Manning’s struggle as he travels along the harsh landscape of the Gaspé Peninsula in an attempt to re-build his life and fight for the hand of his maiden Catherine Garrett.

Watch book trailer below:

Listen to Paul Almond sit down with Dave Bronstetter on CBC’s All in One Weekend, here

With the thrilling novel taking place along the Gaspé Peninsula, what better place to kick-off the book tour than throughout Quebec?  Paul has already hosted two successful events at the Atwater Library in Montreal and the Holy Trinity Cathedral in Quebec City.  Paul Almond will continue his tour of Quebec throughout July at the following locations, with opportunities to purchase the novel, as well as a chance to hear the author read exciting excerpts to the audience:

Author, Paul Almond

July 14 at St. Andrews Church in New Carlisle, QC

July 15 at St. Paul’s Church in Shigawake, QC

July 16 at St. Mary Magdalene Church in New Richmond, QC

July 24 at Reford Gardens (Estevan Lodge) in Grand-Métis, QC

July 27 at  Gaspé Pioneer Days in Haldimand, QC

For more information on Paul Almond, the Alford Saga, and tour events, visit and follow Almond Blog for more exciting news and photos from Paul’s Quebec tour
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