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Carnegie’s Maid

Carnegie’s Maid by Marie Benedict

It’s a case of mistaken identity that works out well for Clara Kelley, who is not the experienced Irish maid the Carnegie home thinks she is when she moves to Pittsburgh and becomes Mrs. Carnegie’s lady’s maid. She’s a quick learner and her relationship with young Andrew helps her learn the business, keep secrets, and inspire the steel tycoon to become one of the best known philanthropists. Marie Benedicts has a way of infusing historical fiction into fascinating characters.