The 1920s was a time of contrasts and change. A dangerous combination.
The Suffragette’s Daughter is a coming-of-age story that introduces a new sleuth for a new era.
This page-turning mystery leads Iris Woodmore on a journey of discovery as she investigates an inexplicable murder and confronts the social prejudices that women faced in a volatile age.
While the 1920s was a period of empowerment and greater independence for some women, the reality for many others was that their lives were the same as they had been a decade earlier.
Iris is a young woman who wants her life to be very different from that of her mother’s.
The Suffragette’s Daughter portrays Britain in the aftermath of the Great War and the suffragette movement.
It’s a period of rapid social change, but even in these progressive times, it can still be deadly for a woman to show too much strength...
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