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The Trial Of Lotta Rae | Paperback | By Siobhan Macgowan

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  • The Trial Of Lotta Rae
  • Pages: 400
  • Format: Paperback
  • Author: Siobhan MacGowan
  • Publisher: Welbeck Publishing
  • Publication date: 26 May 2022
  • Category: Historical Fiction
  • Size: 15.3 x 23.4 x 2.6 cm
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The Trial of Lotta Rae by Siobhan MacGowan

Synopsis

If you enjoyed The Familiars and The Binding , you'll love this sweeping and empowering historical novel, set in Suffragette England.

On Halloween night, 1906, young working class Lotta Rae is attacked by a wealthy gentleman. She seeks justice at an Old Bailey trial alongside her barrister, William Linden, who she believes to be her ally. The verdict is devastating and Lotta Rae soon realises the guardians of justice do not support her. But what none could foresee were the shocking consequences. Twelve years later, as the suffragettes rise and the ghost of WW1 looms large over London, William is joined again by Lotta Rae. Now they will travel to a fateful destination, where truths must be faced and wrongs will be righted. The day in court is done. But tonight he will hear her testimony.

Reviews

'A masterclass in storytelling' Donal Ryan

'An enthralling drama' Best

'A sweeping, heart-breaking quest for justice' Fiona Looney

'A tale told with such ominous beauty. Lotta will stay with me forever' Chas Newkey-Burden

About the Author

Born to Irish parents in Brighton, England, 1963, Siobhan started her career at the Kent & Sussex Courier as a copywriter, branching into freelancing for advertising agencies, and journalism. A reviewer for classic 80sā€™ magazines Smash Hits and Record Mirror, she has written for the Irish Times, Sunday Times, Hot Press and Mizz magazine, amongst others.

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