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Thanks to Author Robert Lalonde for the Five-Star Review. "The Keepers is an engaging story of a single mother struggling with the challenges of running a vineyard in Ontario, Canada, while raising her teenage son, Alexandre. There are several threads that run through this book. The teenage son who’s bored living on a farm and doesn’t quite fit in at school. The successful writer, Richard Sweeney, who has family problems and is suffering from writer’s block who comes to the f