The lives of three women in war-torn Belfast, Marie – 'cheerful, efficient, young' – her friend Cassie – 'sceptical, sharp-tongued' – and Cassie’s mother Nora – 'down-to-earth' are disturbed one evening by the appearance of a young girl, Deirdre, and her revelations.
By the end of the night, moving from kitchen to The Club and back, various truths have been revealed.
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