When orphaned Kathleen O'Connor receives an unexpected legacy from an aunt in Ireland, she fights against a working class background and sexual discrimination to achieve her dream of becoming a barrister. It is expected that she and Desmond Marshall, a special-needs teacher, will eventually marry, but her loyalties to her career and the young man who shared her wartime childhood are to be tested. While defending photographer Paul West on a rape charge, Kathleen finds herself increasingly attracted to him and his glamorous ...

Kathleen 2005, Ulverscroft, Anstey, Leics

ISBN-13: 9781843958871

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Kathleen 2004, Robert Hale Ltd, London

ISBN-13: 9780709076803

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