Who is Rachel Bailey’s mother?

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Eva Hudson is an author who specialises in writing crime thrillers featuring strong female leads. Eva was born and raised in south London and now splits her time between the Sussex countryside and central London. She’s been a government officer, singer, dotcom entrepreneur, portrait artist, web designer and project manager. In 2011 she won the inaugural Lucy Cavendish fiction prize for her first novel, political thriller, The Loyal Servant.

7 Responses to Who is Rachel Bailey’s mother?

  1. Vanessa C says:

    Great write-up, made me laugh!

  2. Hannah says:

    I really hope it isn’t Janet, otherwise that would be very weird! The first thought I had was that her mother was Slap. Guess we’ll just have to wait and see!

  3. Chris says:

    I first thought it was Gill but now I don’t think that’s very plausible. Rachel speaks to her mother on the phone so if it was someone she already knows then surely she would have recognised them. I’m thinking that it’s more likely that her mother is sitting there with someone who she does know. Really can’t wait for the next series (hope there is one) so I can find out.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Oh I so so so can’t wait for another season to find out who it is. This has to be one of the best cliff hangers ever!! I can see her not recognising Janet’s mums voice on the phone so could imagine it being her. That would be strange.

  5. Sarah says:

    I think it will turn out Alison (her older sister) is actually her mum. A few times during the final episode Alison said, “I’m not interested in having anything to do with MY mum” rather than “our mum.” They decided to have Alison’s mum raise Alison’s baby as her own because she was so young when she gave birth.

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