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The Trial of Lotta Rae

The unputdownable historical novel of 2022

Siobhan MacGowan

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WELBECK
31 May 2022
Lotta Rae is a working-class fiften-year-old who is viciously raped by a wealthy gentleman. Lotta's family believe in justice and so Lotta makes the brave decision to testify in court against her attacker. The community supports her, or so it seems.

William Lindon is a barrister about to lose everything. He can't live up to his father's formidable reputation and if he fails one more case, how will he house, clothe and feed his wife and young son?

Both Lotta and William have decisions to make that will change the course of their lives and the lives of everyone around them for generations to come.
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Imprint:   WELBECK
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Edition:   UK Airports
Dimensions:   Height: 234mm,  Width: 153mm, 
ISBN:   9781787397828
ISBN 10:   1787397823
Pages:   400
Publication Date:  
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Siobhan MacGowan is a journalist and musician who lived and worked in London for much of her life before returning to Ireland several years ago. She is from a family of great storytellers, the most prominent of which is her brother, Shane MacGowan ofThe Pogues.

Reviews for The Trial of Lotta Rae: The unputdownable historical novel of 2022

'Keeps the reader hooked to the end' * The Times * 'A masterclass in storytelling' -- Donal Ryan 'Utterly absorbing and vividly realised' * Irish Independent * '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 'Weaves historical fact with an engaging and page turning plot' -- Sinead Moriarty 'This is a sit-down-and-do-not-get-up-until-you've-finished read' * Belfast Telegraph * 'A brilliant tale' * Sunday Business Post *


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