When Cara Flowers’ beloved grandmother dies she leaves her not only an enormous fortune but also a huge responsibility – to find their estranged family.
Cara’s quest leads her to the doors of the imposing Bilston workhouse where families are torn apart with no hope of a better life.
Shocked by the appalling conditions, Cara vows to find a way to close the workhouse and rescue its residents. Fraught by countless hurdles her mission becomes personal when she is left asking why was she raised by her grandmother, and what has her missing mother got to do with the looming workhouse?
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