To Eugene, girls are like money - they have to be saved. His daughters, Bridie, Kitty and Rose, seem doomed to a Victorian childhood. But as their fortunes decline and the family are forced to take in lodgers, eccentric outsiders introduce the girls to new experiences and the liberal 1960s.
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Clare Boylan was the author of five novels and three volumes of short stories. Her last novel, ROOM FOR A SINGLE LADY, was published by Little, Brown in September 1997.She died in May 2006.Review:
Boylan writes like an angel, but an angel with a knowing eye * DAILY MAIL * Witty ... beautifully written * MAIL ON SUNDAY * This enchanting book, so evocative of the moods and sensations of childhood has the bite of pure gold * DAILY TELEGRAPH * A sharp eye for detail that makes reading Boylan's work such a pleasure * SUNDAY TIMES *
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