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|| In this richly layered debut novel, Cate Campbell introduces the wealthy Benedict family and takes us behind the grand doors of their mansion, Benedict Hall. There, family and servants alike must face the challenges wrought by World War I-and the dawn of a new age brimming with scandal, intrigue, and social change.Seattle in 1920 is a city in flux. Horse-drawn carriages share the cobblestone streets with newfangled motor cars. Modern girls bob their hair and show their ankles, cafés defy Prohibition by serving dainty teacups of whisky to returning vets-and the wartime boom is giving way to a depression. Even within the Benedicts' majestic Queen Anne home, life is changing-above and below stairs.Margot, the Benedicts' free-spirited daughter, struggles to succeed as a physician despite gender bias-and personal turmoil. The household staff, especially longtime butler Abraham Blake, have always tried to protect Margot from her brother Preston's cruel...
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