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Queen’s Court

Louise Bingham, recently widowed and sufficiently well-off, decides to leave stuffy old Vicotria and move back to Montreal. Into her mid-sixties, she has decided to “play the tape backwards” and revisit the friends and family she left behind many years earlier. Newly installed in a downtown co-op, she has to fend off a well-meaning but officious cousin, an over-bearing (and possibly criminal) neighbour, and a former lover — all while making discoveries about herself and her only son by a former marriage.

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