Book: Davenport House 3 - A Mother's Love by Marie Silkcategories: Book, Mystery, Psychological Fiction, WWI, 1915 America, Inheritance, Heir, Heiress, Mansion, Irish vs. Italians, Catholic, Protestant, Historical Fiction
Marie Silkabout this book: This is the third book to the Davenport House family saga. Real American historical events set the stage for the conflicts experienced by the characters. A terrible riot in Pittsburgh resulted in the increased tensions between Irish and Italian immigrants. Conflicts between the Catholics and Protestants contributed to religious discrimination. Typhoid Mary was detained for infecting several households as a carrier of the disease. The residents of Davenport House must face this time in history with problems of their own.
A Mother's Love begins with a chapter that tells the story of John Smith and his wife. Not only do we explore more of the characters' backgrounds in this book, but we find out the truth behind the sequence of events in Book One. The lines of communication are opened by the installation of a telephone. New characters are introduced to provide a diverse cast that will only make things more interesting at Davenport House.
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