Chapter 3 Summary
Charles arrived early the next morning at McLeod's to find him riding atop a golden bay. Next to airplanes, Charles loved horses the most. Charles had carried with him shopping bags full of his books. It hadn't been necessary, McLeod told him. He had plenty. In the daylight, Charles got a better look at McLeod. He had an athletic build and salt and pepper gray hair. Charles guessed him to be in his early forties.
Once inside the house, Justin directed him to the den. Several walls were lined with bookshelves and there was a large desk and a table where McLeod told Charles to deposit his books. When Charles insisted that he didn't need to write the 300 word composition that McLeod instructed him to write, he was told to pick up his books and leave. McLeod had meant what he said. He would tutor his way or...