Back to all products
London, February 1914. Eighteen year-old Grace Campbell arrives in London from Carlisle, her family's hopes pinned on her becoming a secretary. The only job she can find is as a housemaid in the mansion that is Number 35, Park Lane, and soon she is entangling herself in an ever-thickening web of lies. Upstairs, a jilted and humiliated Beatrice Masters is determined not to return to the New York of her childhood before she has salvaged her pride. She secretly joins Emmeline Pankhurst's militant suffragettes and is steadily drawn into the violence rocking the city.
1 In Stock
Category: History (Adult)
The second world war (set of 6 volumes) by Winston Churchill (hardcover)
A World at Arms: A Global History of World War II Weinberg, Gerhard L.
A War To Be Won: Fighting the Second World War Murray, Williamson; Millett, Allan R.
Hitler 1889 To 1936 Hubris (tpb) by Ian Kershaw
Descent Into Barbarism : The History of the 20th Century: 1933-1951