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Typical snobish British aristocrat. They believe they are sort of.
This woman is completely devoid of what a mother should be. The story line is a typical murder mystery but she is dreadful. She has no idea as to how to be a loving mother or wife and goes through life thinking everyone else is to blame for her failures, pitiful.
She believes the fact her husband is OK with being a gambler, borrowing continuously to support his failures as a human being and she goes right along for the ride thinking everything is OK knowing they have no money but spend it like they do and she really believes she has done nothing wrong as far as being a horrible mother and a wife. Pathetic till the end.
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