Lady of the Ice

Lady of the Ice

James De Mille

Science Fiction / Fiction / Fantasy

"A Formac Fiction Treasures series novel.This novel, a bestseller when first published, offers romance and adventure in 19th century Quebec City high society. The plot revolves around two sociable junior officers of the British garrison stationed there. Lieutenant Alexander Macrorie rescues a mysterious young lady from the ice floes of the St. Lawrence River. When she disappears, his search brings him surprising acquaintances and unexpected perils. Meanwhile, his carefree sidekick, Jack Randolph, tries to extricate himself from simultaneous engagements to three ladies.Author JAMES DE MILLE was a popular Canadian writer who published numerous works of fiction from the late 1860s until his death in 1880. The introduction to this new edition is by GEORGE L. PARKER, Professor Emeritus of English of The Royal Military College of Canada. He now makes his home in Halifax.Historical fiction, romance, Quebec, Quebec City, Canadian author.
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