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THE LIFE OF GLENN O'BRIEN, an American engineer from Boston, continues to unfold: Caitlin O’Neil is a young Irish woman from County Clare, living on the Burren Moors, who rescues Glenn from near-death during a raging storm and discovers he has an antique gold medallion that matches perfectly one she possesses. Follow them as they search for the link between them through th THE LIFE OF GLENN O'BRIEN, an American engineer from Boston, continues to unfold: Caitlin O’Neil is a young Irish woman from County Clare, living on the Burren Moors, who rescues Glenn from near-death during a raging storm and discovers he has an antique gold medallion that matches perfectly one she possesses. Follow them as they search for the link between them through the journals of Tom Smith, the builder of Caitlin’s 19th Century Burren home. Can it be more than coincidence that Glenn’s great grandfather’s name was Tom Smith O’Brien? The story that unfolds is based on the writings of Tom Smith as he seeks prosperity in nineteenth-century British North America and discovers the high cost of the chase. Follow his trials and tribulations in the St Maurice Foundry and Iron Works, his desperate pioneer life amongst refugees from the Scottish clearances, his drift on a timber raft to Quebec with American Empire Loyalists and his trip in a voyageur’s canoe to Fort Wil-liam and back. Sail with him to Great Britain on a timber ship as he returns home and discovers the truth behind the plot that forced him to flee his family and the women he loved.


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THE LIFE OF GLENN O'BRIEN, an American engineer from Boston, continues to unfold: Caitlin O’Neil is a young Irish woman from County Clare, living on the Burren Moors, who rescues Glenn from near-death during a raging storm and discovers he has an antique gold medallion that matches perfectly one she possesses. Follow them as they search for the link between them through th THE LIFE OF GLENN O'BRIEN, an American engineer from Boston, continues to unfold: Caitlin O’Neil is a young Irish woman from County Clare, living on the Burren Moors, who rescues Glenn from near-death during a raging storm and discovers he has an antique gold medallion that matches perfectly one she possesses. Follow them as they search for the link between them through the journals of Tom Smith, the builder of Caitlin’s 19th Century Burren home. Can it be more than coincidence that Glenn’s great grandfather’s name was Tom Smith O’Brien? The story that unfolds is based on the writings of Tom Smith as he seeks prosperity in nineteenth-century British North America and discovers the high cost of the chase. Follow his trials and tribulations in the St Maurice Foundry and Iron Works, his desperate pioneer life amongst refugees from the Scottish clearances, his drift on a timber raft to Quebec with American Empire Loyalists and his trip in a voyageur’s canoe to Fort Wil-liam and back. Sail with him to Great Britain on a timber ship as he returns home and discovers the truth behind the plot that forced him to flee his family and the women he loved.

10 review for Cost of the Chase: An Historical British Fiction Saga of Canadian and American History, Foxhunting, and Sea Adventure (The Chase Chronicles Book 3)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Franci Wayland

    Amazing history lesson Love this series - I’m learning so much about the history of Canada. Of course the scenes of foxhunting interwoven into the story line don’t hurt!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Miss J D Wilson

  3. 4 out of 5

    pauline woodbridge

  4. 4 out of 5

    Bird4416

  5. 5 out of 5

    Anne Pierce

  6. 4 out of 5

    Graham Holdsworth

  7. 5 out of 5

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  8. 4 out of 5

    Margaret Craig

  9. 4 out of 5

    Alex

  10. 5 out of 5

    Tony Sanford

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