The Footman

The Footman Read The Footman Author A OConnor Buyprobolan50.co.uk From The Country Mansions Of 1930s Ireland, To The Decadence Of 1940s Wartime Paris To The Courtrooms Of London In Modern Times What The Footman Saw In 1930s Ireland, Joe Grady Becomes The Footman At The Stately Home Cliffenden, Owned By The Glamorous Fullerton Family Joe Is Enthralled By The Intrigue And Scandal Above Stairs, And Soon Becomes A Favourite Of The Daughter Of The House, Cassie There Is Mounting Pressure On Cassie To Marry American Banker Wally Stanton But Cassie Is Having A Secret Affair With The Unsuitable Bowden Grey What The Footman Did When Cassie And Bowden S Affair Is Discovered In Disgraceful Circumstances, The Lovers Are Banned From Seeing Each Other Joe Risks His Position At Cliffenden, Becoming A Messenger Between Them, Until He Finds Himself Making A Choice That Will Change The Lives Of Everyone At Cliffenden Forever Decades Later, Joe Has Achieved Great Success As A Barrister When Suddenly Cassieis Arrested For A Sensational Crime, He Sets Out To Discover What Happened To Her In The Intermittent Years He Realises His Actions At Cliffenden Set Off A Chain Of Events That Led To Murder But Is Cassie Guilty Innocent Or Guilty, Can Joe Ever Make Amends For His Part In Her Downfall

  • 3.4
  • 478
  • English
  • 02 December 2017
  • Kindle Edition
  • 464 pages
  • The Footman
  • A. O'Connor

10 thoughts on “The Footman

  1. Leona says:

    A O Connors past couple of books have really been great reads and this one was no exception.Right from the start I just knew it was going to be good I loved the story and the way it went from present to past It was easy to read,...

  2. Pamela says:

    The story was good, but I didn t like the characters What bothered me most was how poorly written the book is Where was the editor on this one

  3. Karen says:

    3 starsThis book follow the life of Cassandra Fullerton and is set from before the 2nd World War up to the present Cassie Teddy lived with their parents in Cliffenden, a big house in a village in Ireland, cared for by servants, a Butler and a young boy Joe, the Footman This is one of 4 books in which A O Connor writes about Ireland during different war eras from an Irish perspective This book is a page turner, a little bit predictable at times Ended too suddenly though I love his boo 3 starsThis book follow the life of Cassandra Fullerton and is set from before the 2nd World War up to the present Cassie Teddy lived with their parents in Cliffenden, a big house in a village in Ireland, cared for by servants, a Butler and a young boy Joe, the Footman This is one of 4 books in which A O Connor writes about Ireland during different war eras from an Irish perspective This book is a page turner, a little bit predictable at times Ended ...

  4. Gracie says:

    First time reading by O Connor I could easily say that I was not disappointed Wonderful book,especially for Downton Abbey fans It is a fantastic book I was sad it had to have an end

  5. Robin Smith says:

    Fascinating StoryPlot of this book makes it hard to put down and author creates characters that are multidimensional and believable Admired Cassie for her resilience, kindness, courage, and wit If the protagonist was the footman, there was little to admire except perhaps his tenacity and intelligence Without spoiling story line, suffice to...

  6. TiffanyLamp says:

    I could not help but like this story I will start by saying that the book was very poorly edited as I read before hand in other reviews but am glad that I read it The characters aren t flawless and the story allows you to excuse their downfalls in a charming way With colorful words, the author paints a very fresh romance I enjoyed the lack of sex scenes, and the approach of a good, full bodied storyline The ending is beautifully sealed Maybe this is the euphoria from the after read talki I could not help but like this story I will start by saying that the book was very poorly edited as I read before hand in other reviews ...

  7. Debra Reedy says:

    Every book I ve read by this author I have really liked This story was excellent and reminded me a little Downton Abbey The lives of aristocrats can be very complicated and sometimes very sad My only complaint about this book would be that I felt it s...

  8. C.M. Skiera says:

    Very entertainingIf you like period novels, this is a good read It has the glamour of the upper class, mixing with the drama of their house staff It also gives a glimpse of life during the natzi occupation of France.

  9. Chelsea says:

    I picked this book up on a flight home from Ireland It was the perfect read for that I felt just like I could picture everything The book was so enjoyable, the plot not guessable and pleasantly surprising.

  10. Dana says:

    Yet another fabulous book by o Connor , it s got the big house , love story and mystery

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