Ruby O’Hagan never knew her parents: she was taken from her mother at birth, and her father – a soldeir killed in the Great War – never even knew of her existence.
Brought up in a convent, at fourteen Ruby is chosen to be a lady’s companion in a grand house. But this new life is not to last and before long Ruby finds herself in Liverpool’s slums, alone with two children to support.
Then, with the outbreak of the Second World War, Ruby’s life takes a dramatic new turn: she is asked to look after a large house – a refuge not just for Ruby and her family, but for many others, as loves, triumphs, sorrows and friendships are played out in the House by Princes Park.
The House By Princes Park - Maureen Lee
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