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The silent lady : a novel / Catherine Cookson.

By: Cookson, Catherine.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York : Bookspan : Simon & Schuster, �2001Edition: Bookspan large print ed.Description: 575 pages (large print) ; 22 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0739423304; 9780739423301.Subject(s): Working class women -- Fiction | Attorney and client -- Fiction | London (England) -- Fiction | Mute persons -- Fiction | Large type books | Attorney and client | Large type books | Mute persons | Working class women | England -- LondonGenre/Form: Fiction.DDC classification: 813 Summary: The woman who presented herself at the offices of the respectable firm of London solicitors was, the receptionist decided, clearly a vagrant who had been sleeping on the streets. When she asked to see the firm's senior partner, Alexander Armstrong, she was at first shown the door, but then the entire office staff was disrupted by Mr Armstrong's reaction when he learned his visitor's name. Clearly Irene Baindor was a woman with a past, and her emergence from obscurity was to signal the unravelling of a mystery that had baffled the lawyer for twenty-six years.
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The woman who presented herself at the offices of the respectable firm of London solicitors was, the receptionist decided, clearly a vagrant who had been sleeping on the streets. When she asked to see the firm's senior partner, Alexander Armstrong, she was at first shown the door, but then the entire office staff was disrupted by Mr Armstrong's reaction when he learned his visitor's name. Clearly Irene Baindor was a woman with a past, and her emergence from obscurity was to signal the unravelling of a mystery that had baffled the lawyer for twenty-six years.

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