Books by Christine Oarr Eggleston:

Murder in the Mohawk Valley Book Seventeen

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Published by:
Shelley Brienza
Published:
8/24/2019
Specs:
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
34 pages Perfect-bound
Category:
History
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Mohawk Valley

In the early 1920's, Omer Perrault's name was bandied about the newspaper headlines.

During the summer of 1953, it would be his daughter Yvonne's mysterious death which would become a banner story.

Born in Montreal, Omer tried five times to swim across the English channel from 1920 - 1926. He was never successful. He seemed destined for mishaps in the water, became disoriented, or took so long it grew dark. He never completed more than nine miles.

By 1934, Omer and his parents, Mr. & Mrs. J. L. Perrault, had left Canada and were residing in Lawyersville in Schoharie County. Omer married a girl from nearby Sharon named Irene Decker. They had met in the local Methodist Church there.

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