Whanganuilibrary.com

The soldier's girl [text (large print)] / by Mary Jane Staples.

By: Staples, Mary JaneMaterial type: TextTextSeries: Staples, Mary Jane. Adams family saga ; 29. | Staples, Mary Jane. Adams family ; 29.Publication details: Long Preston : Magna, 2007Edition: Large print editionDescription: 398 pages ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780750527040 (hbk.); 0750527048 (hbk.)Subject(s): Adams family (Fictitious characters) -- Fiction | Women household employees -- England -- London -- Fiction | Large type books | London (England) -- Social life and customs -- FictionGenre/Form: Large type books. | Domestic fiction. DDC classification: 823.914 Summary: Young Maisie Gibbs is a conscientious young woman, though life is harder since both her parents passed away. She is relieved when she finds a position as a housemaid in Kensington, under the watchful eyes of the formidable housekeeper, Mrs. Carpenter, and she quickly settles in. When she meets a handsome young soldier, she is tempted to give him his marching orders. But gradually Corporal Daniel Adams starts to win her over. When tragedy strikes the Fairfax household, Maisie is lucky she has Daniel to rely on - a good sign of things to come?
List(s) this item appears in: English Authors historical fiction
Holdings
Item type Current library Collection Call number Copy number Status Date due Barcode Item holds
Large Print Davis (Central) Library
Large Print
Large Print STA 2 Checked out 13/07/2022 T00494873
Total holds: 0

Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

Young Maisie is relieved when she finds a position as a housemaid, under the watchful eyes of the formidable housekeeper, Mrs Carpenter, and she quickly settles in. When she meets a handsome young soldier, she is tempted to give him his marching orders. But gradually Corporal Daniel Adams starts to win her over.

Originally published: London: Bantam, 2006.

Young Maisie Gibbs is a conscientious young woman, though life is harder since both her parents passed away. She is relieved when she finds a position as a housemaid in Kensington, under the watchful eyes of the formidable housekeeper, Mrs. Carpenter, and she quickly settles in. When she meets a handsome young soldier, she is tempted to give him his marching orders. But gradually Corporal Daniel Adams starts to win her over. When tragedy strikes the Fairfax household, Maisie is lucky she has Daniel to rely on - a good sign of things to come?

11 18 24 27 89 114 135 175

Powered by Koha