Book Blurb: Kenneth Mouré
Book blurb from Kenneth Mouré
Marcel's Letters, Skyhorse Publishing, Blurb, Kenneth Mouré, University of Alberta, Marcel Heuzé, Carolyn Porter, Jill Swenson, service du travail obligatoire, WWII, WW2, 2GM
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Book Blurb: Kenneth Mouré

Fascinated by the handwriting, Carolyn Porter’s chance purchase of a few letters led her to a remarkable adventure in font design, research to understand the wartime separation of a father from his wife and children, and a quest to uncover Marcel’s fate in the Second World War and that of his family. Marcel's Letters tells a compelling story of romance, perseverance, and discovery.


– Professor Kenneth Mouré, historian of modern France, University of Alberta