Duelling in a New World

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John White is a barrister trapped in a disastrous marriage. In 1792, he breaks loose and strikes out for a new life over the sea, leaving Marianne and his children in England. As Upper Canada’s first Attorney-General, he confronts the conflicts of the early parliament. He pushes through a bill abolishing the import of slaves—long before Britain or America More

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Review by: Bernice Bohnet on April 19, 2018 :
Vivid images and believable dialog are evident in this compelling, in depth look into the difficulties a morally strong man has in his fight against injustice in the 18th century. This is a must-read novel.
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