Released on 26 March 2015.
On a hot July day, three elderly people are found dead in a dilapidated house in Primrose Hill. Reading the story in a newspaper as she prepares to leave the country, Marie Gillies has an unshakable feeling that she is somehow to blame.
How did these three people come to live together, and how did they all die at once? The truth lies in a very different England, and in the secret world of the ladies of the house...
Reading group questions for Molly McGrann's clever and unusual story about a daughter uncoving a family secret linked to a dilapidated brothel in post-war London, The Ladies of the House.
This month’s recommended novel for book clubs is Molly McGrann's The Ladies of the House.
Molly McGrann, author of The Ladies of the House, on how business boomed for Soho’s working girls during the Second World War.
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