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C. J. Everon

C. J. Everon (1971 - ) is a Canadian-born author whose first foray into book-length writing, A Family History, brought critical acclaim.

In 1999 Everon was named winner of both the Prix d'Allone and the Edinburgh Historical Guild Presidential Prize for excellence in publishing a family chronicle.

Ms. Everon lives a few miles south of Saumur, in a wine producing area at the edge of the Vallée de la Vienne[?], on the outskirts of the village of Cersay, Deux-Sèvres[?], France. The area near her home is the setting for "Justice Better Attained", a legal drama using historical references as background.

  1. Justice Better Attained --- (2002) ISBN 0973090707

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