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Song for the Hunter

By Naomi Musch


Wed to a trading company partner to escape life in Montreal under her harsh father's thumb, Camilla Bonnet finds herself tragically widowed and pregnant in the Upper Country frontier. When her brother fails to return for her from Fort William, she is cast on the mercy of the trading post owner's family. She also draws comfort from Bemidii Marchal, a Métis hunter who soothes away her misgivings as he finds his own refuge on Lake Superior's Madeline Island.
Bemidii’s thoughts of courting a maiden are cut short when he raises his knife against a company man at Fort William’s Great Rendezvous. No one will believe he killed to protect his sister—least of all the beautiful Frenchwoman on Madeline Island who stirs his affections—not when she learns that her brother is dead and Bemidii stands accused of his murder. As the sharp blade of truth divides them, will Bemidii survive the justice of powerful men who are a law unto themselves? Or will his life—and Camilla—be lost to him forever?

Book Takeaway:

Truth is the path to forgiveness and healing. Trust in God brings peace despite circumstances.

Why the author wrote this book:

Song for the Hunter is the sequel to the 2019 Selah and Book of the Year finalist Mist O'er the Voyageur. I had long thought that the character of Bemidii in the first book needed to have his own story told, and readers agreed, encouraging me to tell them more. Song for the Hunter takes place one year after the close of Mist O'er the Voyageur, and some of the dearly-loved characters from the first book come back in important ways in the second.


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