"A great read," Ainsley MacLellan, CBC Radio Producer "All in a Weekend".
"Remembrance Man will give you history, suspense and a fast-moving tale all in one book. A reader cannot ask for more than that." BookSirens
"Just finished reading ‘Remembrance Man’ and I was completely blown away by this compelling and extraordinarily crafted fictional novel. The author skillfully draws upon historical facts surrounding the worldwide cholera epidemic in the mid-nineteenth century, to create a thrilling and intense crime story, the kind that gets under your skin and stirs your whole being. There isn’t a dull moment throughout the book." V. Gaudet, Quebec
"I really enjoyed the book. It was informative, as well as entertaining. I was invested in the story and in the fate of the Remembrance Man, Paolo, and his love interest, Emily. Also, because of the way the author wrote about additional characters I was in it for them, too. Even with several characters mentioned throughout the book they were easy to keep up with. This was a can’t put down book for me and I finished it quickly. If you enjoy historical fiction, a twinge of romance, and some mystery and justice pick up this book and give it a read." BookSirens
"Remembrance Man is a gripping novel that explores the aftermath of the cholera epidemic in Western Ontario in 1832. The story takes place against the backdrop of the Canadian prairie, vividly portraying the suffering of victims and the bleakness of the "blue plague" days." BookSirens.
"The novel is a fast-paced story. I read it in one sitting, and I am not a fast reader. Although I had an inkling that Emily and Paolo would survive and emerge as lovers, their path toward a 'happy ending' is not an easy one. The inclusion of a pair of beautiful twins adds another twist of irony, as does the fact that Paolo is accused of being a murderer and has to flee for his life in order to avoid being executed. Another item which I found interesting was the 'camp meeting' of troubled women who find relief through religion under the influence of a fraudulent and predatory preacher. I enjoyed reading the book." James Hamilton, Sainte-Anne-du-bout-de-l'île Historical Society.