A multi-million dollar dream realized by one man, proud, ruthless and hungry for power. Yet haunted by the memory of a partner he once betrayed - and of a woman he once loved.
James Robertson Monroe, a penniless Scottish engineer, arrives in Canada’s Province of Quebec in 1907. Eager to amass a fortune in a business he’d grown up with back home, the building of mighty dams to produce hydroelectricity, it’s Armand Bouchard of Saguenay who first saw the genius – and danger – in James. Of Marie Louise Bouchard whose image haunted James’ life; of wife Catherine, her devotion to James tested through half a century of marriages and mistresses.
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