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By Bernadette Renaud

En ce printemps 1938, personne n’aurait pu prévoir qu’un événement familial tragique allait heurter Charles de plein fouet.

Volent alors en éclats toutes les certitudes d’homme, de père et de mari de cet entrepreneur respecté, si fier de sa scierie et particulièrement de sa cadette, Léontine, los angeles seule parmi les siens à avoir su toucher son cœur.

Devant tant de douleur, deux choix s’offrent à Charles : se laisser abattre ou reconquérir sa vie et ceux qu’il a aimés sans jamais le leur démontrer. Est-il encore temps d’aller à los angeles découverte de ses enfants et de sa femme Imelda, demeurée si secrète?

L’imprévisible sera au rendez-vous…

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The cruelty was not of my making; only the circum­ stances were to blame, but it is not so certain that Coup de Grace the whole situation was not to my liking. Surely brothers are as blind as husbands, for Conrad sus­ pected nothing. His was one of those natures steeped in dreams who by some happy instinct can disre­ gard whatever is irritating or falsified around them, contenting themselves with plain facts of the night and the simple truths of day. Trusting in a kindred spirit, whose complexities he felt no desire to ex­ plore, he read, slept, ran the telegraph, risked his life, and continued to scribble verses which were no more than the feeblest reflection of the exquisite soul that he was.

Be­ tween Sophie and me an intimacy swiftly sprang up like that between victim and executioner. The cruelty was not of my making; only the circum­ stances were to blame, but it is not so certain that Coup de Grace the whole situation was not to my liking. Surely brothers are as blind as husbands, for Conrad sus­ pected nothing. His was one of those natures steeped in dreams who by some happy instinct can disre­ gard whatever is irritating or falsified around them, contenting themselves with plain facts of the night and the simple truths of day.

The two women were living at that time practically immured in a small sitting-room on the floor above, but the clear ring of Conrad’s voice made them venture forth; I could see a fair, tousled head appearing at the top of the stairs. More gliding than running, Sophie sped down the balustrade base, her small dog yapping at her heels. She threw her arms first around her 22 23 brother and then around me, laughing and dancing for joy: “It’s actually you ? ” “Present,” answered Conrad. ” He seized hold of his sister to waltz her around the hall, releasing her almost at once to rush towards a comrade.

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