The House by Princes Park

The House by Princes Park

Book - 2005
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Another wonderful Liverpool saga from bestselling author Maureen Lee.

The product of an affair between a nurse and an injured American soldier during the Great War, Ruby O'Hagan's early life is spent in an orphanage. At sixteen she runs away with a farmworker, and two years later she is alone and homeless with her two daughters.

Her friend, Mrs Hart, leaves her big friendly house for Ruby to look after, and it is here that her life unfolds. Her children leave but return when tragedy befalls them. Through all this, the enigmatic Matthew Flynn drifts in and out of Ruby's life. She ignores him until it is almost too late.
Publisher: London : Orion, 2005, 2002.
ISBN: 9780752848358
Branch Call Number: LEE
Characteristics: 495 p.


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Aug 11, 2012

I agree with the other comment this is a very enjoyable read. So much going on all the time that I could hardly put it down. Another great story by Maureen Lee - she just keeps them coming.

Apr 15, 2012

very enjoyable reading
lots happening

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