The brand-new compelling novel from Sunday Times best seller Dilly Court.
Lottie Lane is all alone in the world. As a chambermaid at one of London's busiest inns, condemned to a life of drudgery and at the mercy of a vicious landlady, Lottie is too worn out to even dream of a better life.
Until one night an injured soldier is brought to The Swan. Lottie nurses him back from the dead, and suddenly everything changes. She finds herself following the drum of the soldiers all the way from the docks of Chatham to the darkness and despair of a far-flung battlefield.
When tragedy strikes, Lottie is alone once more and thrown back into the jaws of London's streets. With the threat of destitution nipping at her heels, Lottie is in dire need of a miracle....
©2016 Dilly Court (P)2016 HarperCollins Publishers Limited
"An excellent, well-researched read." (People's Friend)
"Perfect for Downton Abbey fans...heart-tugging." (Peterborough Telegraph)
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a good love story got you to think how bad things were in London all them years ago.
"The Swan maid"
Throughly enjoyed this book. I found it very difficult to stop listening to it ☺
couldn't stop listening till it was finished
would have liked the end to have been more as a wedding and what happened to Mary
There really are some people whom don't like children
Lottie Lane because whatever happened and also whatever was thrown at her she just picked up her skirts and got on with it
I liked Annie's performance as she managed to do lots of different voices so we knew who was speaking and also we were able to keep up with the story.
I DON'T KNOW IT'S JUST TOO GOOD
great story you didn't know what was going to happen next
"Five star story and narration"
Another beautifully written book from Dilly Court, totally enthralling from the very beginning to the end. Excellent narration from Annie Aldington with a faultless and fluent delivery as she moves wonderfully between the characters. Never had to recap because I couldn't quite hear what said, which is tantamount to the quality of the narration. The speed seemed to be at normal conversation level, on some other audio books I have felt the need to speed narration up to 1.25, but certainly not for this one. Totally recommended, for a feel good relaxing listen.
"the swan maid"
best book ever ,i loved it did not want the book to end excellent book
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