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Start of the Chase


Start of the Chase, by Micheal Sinclair-Smith 
Glenn sells his engineering company and makes plans to have Caitlin visit him in Boston. Suddenly he gets a letter from her calling it all off and telling him not to try to find her. Of course it has the opposite effect; he’s a gentleman and in love. When they do get together, they continue reading the diary of Tom Smith and his adventures in the New World. In this book, Tom gets a chance to go to Virginia to pick up a few foxhounds to establish a military hunt back in Canada, for which he has agreed to be huntsman, and he sees what plantation life is like. He likes the idea of the gracious plantation house, but the slavery issue just doesn’t sit well with him. 

Paperback, 488 pages