Upstairs, downstairs

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G. K. Hall, Apr 1, 1980 - Fiction - 425 pages
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A formal introduction to the Bellamys of 165 Eaton Place explores the private lives of the beautiful Lady Marjorie, her politician husband Richard, and their devoted staff of servants during the Edwardian era

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Review: Upstairs Downstairs (Upstairs Downstairs Season 1)

User Review  - Maryann - Goodreads

Found this book on my shelf from a yard sale purchase many years ago. Not surprising as it's based on a 1970's BBC show, pretty much the Downton Abbey of the time period. Relatively enjoyable summer reading. Read full review

Review: Upstairs Downstairs (Upstairs Downstairs Season 1)

User Review  - Joan - Goodreads

It started out absolutely delightful; then became so sad. There were points at which I became desperate for the servants and their lives; and times when I became reflective of the privileged life I ... Read full review

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