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Good Bad Woman Frankie Richmond knows trouble A London barrister whose career is teetering on the brink of ruin and whose search for the right woman is about as successful as the quest for a perfect pair of jeans, Trouble could be Frankie s middle name But when she agrees to a routine appearance at a magistrate s court as a favor for a friend and former lover, she never expects the kind of trouble that finds her accused of murder Or the kind of trouble that wears a sexy red sheath and croons the torch songs Frankie can t resist What to do first Figure out who may have framed her for a murder she didn t commit, or lose herself in the smoky voice and silky arms of the lounge singer as mysterious as Frankie s predicament Solving the case herself is a challenge Frankie is willing to tackle head on, especially since the police are only too happy to pin the crime on a working class lesbian barrister But each time Frankie gets close to clearing her name, she gets even closer to some unpleasant truths about the people she thought she knew and the one woman she wanted to get to know much better



10 thoughts on “Good Bad Woman

  1. Megan Megan says:

    Because the protagonist of this book, Frankie Richmond, is a London barrister, I had expected this to be a courtroom drama Not so, Margo Instead, it is a very literate novel that delves deeply into the dual system of lawyering in the U.K without getting too technical The mysteries take place outside the courtroom.Frankie Richmond is a struggling barrister in her mid thirties Her chosen field is family


  2. Elaine Scott Elaine Scott says:

    Great read funKept me up night Now I have found Frankie I won t let go Thank you Elizabeth Woodcraftplease x Great read funKept me up night Now I have found Frankie I won t let go Thank you Elizabeth Woodcraftplease x


  3. Kerry carr Kerry carr says:

    Enjoyed this book It had a good twist i didnt see coming but took a little while to get into


  4. Megan Megan says:

    Because the protagonist of this book, Frankie Richmond, is a London barrister, I had expected this to be a courtroom drama Not so, Margo Instead, it is a very literate novel that delves deeply into the dual system of lawyering in the U.K without getting too technical The mysteries take place outside the courtroom.Frankie Richmond is a struggling barrister in her mid thirties Her chosen field is family law, which


  5. Jayne Charles Jayne Charles says:

    I read the sequel to this first, without realising it was a sequel Quite interesting reading them this way round, and entirely feasible since there were no spoilers in the second book Like that second book, this one features a highly improbable and somewhat convoluted murder mystery in which right on lesbian lawyer Frankie gets herself entangled and then arrested In between times she drinks copious quantities of Char


  6. Lesbianfunworld Online Lesbianfunworld Online says:

    It s been a while since I ve read it, so I re read it to prepare for the second in the series It seemed hard to get through the second time around, but I think that is because it s very British There s a lot of talk of levels of legal representation and the British legal system that I m not too familiar with, so I found that distracting.


  7. Ellen Marchessault Ellen Marchessault says:

    2.5 stars I wasn t really taken with the main character, so will probably not read anyin this series I need to learnBritish legal terms What s the difference between a barrister and a soliciter


  8. Ann Tonks Ann Tonks says:

    An eminently readable thriller with a lesbian lawyer hero Somewhat convoluted Not always believable But not bad.


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