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Early nineteenth century North Yorkshire, England.
Lydia works hard as a servant at Bagby Hall to keep her father, an ailing tenant, from the poorhouse. She is horrified and wracked with guilt as she discovers her friend, the gentle fallen Georgette, being used by Lord and Lady Bagby. Lydia longs to aid Georgette as she fears her life may be in danger – but how? The arrival of the mysterious, Dr Samuel Speer, adds to her dilemma, as Lydia’s concern grows. Does she risk her father’s wellbeing and reveal the truth or remain forever silent and therefore, guilty…
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