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A brand-new page-turning Victorian saga from the bestselling and RNA shortlisted author.
Orphaned Jenny and her chimney sweep brother Noah eke out life in a cellar dwelling in the heart of the slums.
Noah is the main breadwinner, but he is treated horribly by his master. Worried for her brother's safety and health, Jenny resolves to put her talent for singing to good use and begins trawling the low inns and taverns at night entertaining the punters.
When she catches the attention of a music hall manager and is offered a spot on the stage, it seems like a dream come true. But her newfound success can't include her brother.
Will Jenny choose Noah over the bright lights of the theatre? And will he want her to?
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