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With the wit and wisdom of everyone's favorite barrister, Rumpole's adventures continue in John Mortimer's Rumpole and the Married Lady. After an interlude without any cases, Rumpole, expertly acted by Leo McKern, takes on a divorce case. Hilda, Rumpole's wife, the "one who must be obeyed", gets suspicious and Rumpole mentors a young lady barrister. What antics will ensue in the midst of all this confusion? Listeners won't want to wait to find out in this installment of The Trials of Rumpole based on the British TV series.

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Rumpole takes on a divorce case. He represents a Mrs. Thripp, who accuses her husband of unbearable conduct since he has not spoken to her for at least three years and communicates with her in their home only via written notes. But at home, Rumpole finds his wife, Hilda, in a horrid temper, since their son, Nick, has moved to Florida. When his client telephones him at home, Hilda eavesdrops on Rumpole’s conversation and thinks that Rumpole is now in the throes of an affair. Will Rumpole now have to find a divorce lawyer for himself?

©1978 John Mortimer (P)2009 Audio Holdings, LLC

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