At a stately home in Burnley in 1936 a young girl is employed as a maid in service to the lord and lady of the house. She falls in love for the first time, ultimately having to deal with the consequences of her love in a manner she never imagined.
A young man in the British Army in 1959 wrestles with his own identity and keeps secrets – some of which he will hold for the rest of his life.
St. Helens in the mid 1970s and a young boy faces his father with legal documents he doesn’t understand that he finds in a shoe box under the stairs.
Based on real events of one family’s search for the truth, Under the Stairs is an aching saga told across time, told through the generations of one family; their unconditional love for each other and their determination to answer the question we all want to know the answer to – Who am I?
Alan J Hill lives in Christchurch, Dorset, and is a semi-retired finance professional after working in the industry for over forty years. He most recently worked for Autism Wessex as a Finance Director and continues to dedicate himself to the non-profit sector. Alan has been involved in community sport all his life and has won awards for his coaching. He is the author of A Boy Called Arsenal, the eye-opening biography of Arsenal Whittick, and the children's bookThe Yarns of Sid Seven-Legs.
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