The Trial of Lotta Rae (Hardback)Siobhan MacGowan (author)
A stunningly plotted historical thriller, this gripping tale of injustice, intrigue and revenge set in Edwardian London follows the attempts of a woman to bring an influential man who assaulted her to justice.
Halloween night, 1906. Lotta Rae is assaulted by a wealthy gentleman and bravely takes him to trial alongside her barrister, William. But the verdict is devastating, the consequences unimaginable. When Lotta discovers she has been betrayed, she vows to deliver her own justice. Twelve years later, William and Lotta meet again: this night, their final reckoning.
The day in court is done. But tonight he will hear her testimony.
Publisher: Welbeck Publishing Group
Number of pages: 400
Dimensions: 216 x 135 mm
'Keeps the reader hooked to the end.' - The Times
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