A fatal jump. A missing suffragette. An inexplicable murder.


Bestselling author Patricia Cornwell said of The Suffragette's Daughter, "This sounds delicious."

1920 is a time of possibilities. For the first time, two women compete against each other for a seat in Parliament.


When Iris Woodmore goes to the House of Commons to cover the story, she discovers the death of her suffragette mother there in 1914 wasn’t all it seemed...

The Suffragette’s Daughter brings 1920s England to life.



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