Maid of Steel (Paperback)
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Maid of Steel (Paperback)

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Paperback 312 Pages
Published: 28/02/2023
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It’s 1911 and, against her mother’s wishes, quiet New Yorker Emma dreams of winning the right to vote. She is sent away by her parents in the hope distance will curb her desire to be involved with the growing suffrage movement and told to spend time learning about where her grandparents came from.

Across the Atlantic – Queenstown, southern Ireland – hotelier Thomas dreams of being loved, even noticed, by his actress wife, Alice. On their wedding day, Alice’s father had assured him that adoration comes with time. It’s been eight years. But Alice has plans of her own and they certainly don’t include the fight for equality or her dull husband.

Emma’s arrival in Ireland leads her to discover family secrets and become involved in the Irish Women’s Suffrage Society in Cork. However, Emma’s path to suffrage was never meant to lead to a forbidden love affair…

Publisher: The Book Guild Ltd
ISBN: 9781915352699
Number of pages: 312
Dimensions: 198 x 127 mm

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“All Consuming And Heart Racing”

Maid Of Steel by Kate Baker is a fabulous historical novel that I just could not put down.
The action is set in 1911 moving from New York to Queensland in Ireland. Immediately my heart was in my mouth as I read that... More

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