The Woman in the Picture

The Woman in the Picture

Book - 2014
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The page-turning sequel to THE CRIMSON ROOMS by the author of bestselling Richard & Judy Book Club pick, THE ROSE OF SEBASTOPOL.

London, 1926. Evie Gifford, one of the first female lawyers in Britain, is not a woman who lets convention get in her way. She has left her family home following a devastating love affair, much to her mother's disapproval.

London is tense in the days leading up to the General Strike and Evelyn throws herself into two very different cases - one involving a family with links to the unions and the other a rich man who claims not to be the father of his wife's child. Evie is confronting the hardest challenge of her career when she is faced with an unexpected proposal - just as her former lover returns.

How can she possibly choose between security with a man she admires and passion for the man who betrayed her?
Publisher: London :, Weidenfeld & Nicolson,, 2014
ISBN: 9780297866039
0297866036
Branch Call Number: FICTION McMahon 2014
Characteristics: 368 p. ; 26 cm

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