Miss Mary Shelton

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In 1870 Mary Shelton's difficult life in the brutal slums of Sheffield becomes even more difficult after tragedy strikes forcing her into the feared and dreaded workhouse. Enduring beatings after beatings and losing the will to live a surprising upturn in events sees her gain employment in the largest and grandest Aristocratic estate in England Wentworth House.

A romantic entanglement which could rock Victorian Society if it were revealed forces her to leave, she finds herself in the land of the free and the vibrant emerging city of New York.
Through willpower, skill and sheer determination she rises well above her station to become the toast of New York society, all the while fearful that her true identity could be revealed cruelly shattering the life she has made for herself.
She is the perfect Victorian with the most imperfect past.
But her past catches up with her and she longs to return to England to her one true love.

Throughout her short life which is both bitter and sweet she realises everyone keeps secrets and everyone tells lies.


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