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Lily Steps Up: A Lissadell Story

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ISBN: 9781788492553
AuthorCurtin, Judi
Pub Date05/04/2021
BindingPaperback
Pages320
CountryIRL
Dewey823.92
SeriesLissadell Series
Publisher: O'Brien Press Ltd
Quick overview Lily and Nellie work hard as housemaids in Lissadell. And yet their days are full of friendship, fun, and even madcap bicycle rides with Maeve, daughter of the famous Republican, Countess Markievicz. But Nellie is all alone in the world; she grew up in the workhouse, where she was separated from her sisters. Lily longs to help her, but how can she?
€8.99

From the author of Lily at Lissadell and the 'Alice & Megan', 'Eva' and 'Time After Time' series



Lissadell House, Sligo, 1913



Friends Lily and Nellie work long hard hours as housemaids for the Gore Booth family in the Big House. And yet these are days filled with friendship, fun, and even madcap bicycle rides with Maeve, daughter of the famous Republican, Countess Marcievicz.



But Lily knows there's an empty place in her friend's heart. Nellie is all alone in the world; she grew up in the workhouse, where she was separated from her sisters. Lily longs to help her, but could she end up losing all she has - even her livelihood. And what will happen to her hopes and dreams? Just how much would you give up for a friend ...?







A story of friendship set in the changing world of early 20th century Ireland.

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From the author of Lily at Lissadell and the 'Alice & Megan', 'Eva' and 'Time After Time' series



Lissadell House, Sligo, 1913



Friends Lily and Nellie work long hard hours as housemaids for the Gore Booth family in the Big House. And yet these are days filled with friendship, fun, and even madcap bicycle rides with Maeve, daughter of the famous Republican, Countess Marcievicz.



But Lily knows there's an empty place in her friend's heart. Nellie is all alone in the world; she grew up in the workhouse, where she was separated from her sisters. Lily longs to help her, but could she end up losing all she has - even her livelihood. And what will happen to her hopes and dreams? Just how much would you give up for a friend ...?







A story of friendship set in the changing world of early 20th century Ireland.

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