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The Lachine Canal Chronicles: Murphy's Law

by Frédéric Latreille

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non-classifiable, literary
list price: $22.95
published: 2021
publisher: Bookland Press

"Murphy's Law", the second book in the "Lachine Canal Chronicles" series, follows Tom Murphy who is trying to cope with the tragic events of his life and his newfound fame as a writer. Tom is trying to get rid of his self-destructive habits and is asked to speak at one of his A.A. meetings. The story revolves around him detailing his life: from his upbringing in LaSalle to his friendship with Eamon, his time in the army and his unhinged sex life - all while losing, in the process, everyone who is dear to him. Murphy's Law states that anything that can go wrong, will go wrong. This is exactly what this novel is all about.

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Frédéric Latreille

Frédéric Latreille was born in South-West area of Montreal, Quebec. He studied Arts at Lionel-Groulx College and has B.A degree in History as well as B.A. degree in Social Studies and High School Education from the University of Quebec in Montreal. He is also a multi-instrumentalist, a singer, songwriter, and poet. Although he has written for many years, he only had his first idea for a novel at the age of 37. He currently resides in Ontario and has been teaching history in high school for the last 16 years.
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