The Penningtons - Pamela Oldfield Reviews
Description:ISBN 184751320 / Paperback: 192 pages / Publisher: Severn House / Published: 30 Nov 2011
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==Synopsis of the book:== The year in 1902, the location is Bath. Daisy is working as a housemaid for a wealthy, old and bedridden man called Montague Pennington. She is only seventeen years old but enjoys her duties within this very traditional old family. However what she doesn't yet know is this like many wealthy families has secrets and these secrets are kept deep within the families history that would not normally be shared with the lower classes. Daisy looks forward to the weekly letter the Housekeeper and superior Miss Dutton receives from her mother as it usually brings interesting news. However on this occasion when Daisy is sorting the ... Read the complete review
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