A Mother's Shame

A gritty, standalone historical saga from bestseller Rosie Clarke for 2022

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Pub Date 05 Jul 2022 | Archive Date 01 Aug 2022

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A new standalone novel from the bestselling author Rosie Clarke.
East End of London

Maggie Bailey has not had an easy childhood. Her father, Michael, always too easy with his fists after spending the family’s rent money down the pub.

Just sixteen, in love and blinded by promises, Maggie sees marriage to handsome Jack as her great escape. However, she soon finds herself abandoned with a beautiful baby when Jack disappears. Maggie is forced to seek a new life away from the East End of London and finds herself a job at a hotel in Eastbourne.

Here she must learn to fend for herself and also accept a shocking discovery that she was fostered as a babe and nothing is known of her real parents.

Her employer, Aunt Beth, is kind and her life improves – but Maggie makes one mistake after another and, eventually, they lead to a terrible tragedy that will bring her to the point of no return.

Will Maggie ever find true happiness and discover the secret of her birth?

PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED as ALL MY SINS
A new standalone novel from the bestselling author Rosie Clarke.
East End of London

Maggie Bailey has not had an easy childhood. Her father, Michael, always too easy with his fists after spending the...

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