Refugee River, Stephen Edward Rose – 1944

A mediocre historical novel with local interest–it’s set partially in French Azilum. I skipped large chunks of it but didn’t ditch it outright, although I almost wish I had. The thrill of seeing local place names doesn’t hold up very long, but the concept of the French aristocracy ending up in the back of beyond of the Endless Mountains is fascinating.

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