L. Davis Munro

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Lia Davis Munro holds a master’s degree with a focus on women’s suffrage theatre and works in theatre and dance in Toronto. She has published articles in the Canadian Theatre Review, Mondo Magazine and Excalibur: York University Newspaper and has worked as a dramaturge, director and producer in the independent theatre scene in Toronto since 2012. Emmy Nation: Undercover Suffragette is her first novel. She is currently writing the second book in The Suffragette Nation series and continues to connect with readers regularly through her blog, Discovering/Writing Life.

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Faith slows her car to a stop at the end of the road leading to the farmhouse she grew up in. She had loved walking up that road after school, with the trees lining it and filling it with shade, only letting the softest rays of sunshine hit the gravel. The school bus would drop Faith and her sister Hope in the very spot she was now parked, right beside the cow shaped mailbox that her father ha

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