The Duke is described as tall, stooped, and lined.
He is known to be a very devout man.
In the books Edit
The Duke of Snodgove threw a house party. In an effort to separate his daughter (Lady Violet) from her intended (Mr. Jackson) by hiring Lady Preshea Villentia, the Mourning Star. Unbeknownst to him, rivals are planning an assassination attempt against him at the party. The failed attempt took place during a horse ride through the estate.
- "'The Duke of Snodgrove is notoriously reticent about any additional expenditure at his wife's balls. Victuals were probably not on the list of acceptable offerings.' He sighed. 'The man owns half of Berkshire and cannot even provide a decent sandwich.'" (Soulless, Chapter One)
- "'Well, the article continues on with a more extensice review of the ball. Goodness, the writer even criticizes the Duchess of Snodgrove for not providing refreshments." (Soulless, Chapter Two)
- “A private dirigible awaited them outside the station. The Duke of Snodgrove, a consummate host, had seen fit to provide the most modern conveyance.” (Poison or Protect, Chapter One)
- “The duke was one of those remarkable politicians who looked exactly like his caricature – tall, stooped, and lined.” (Poison or Protect, Chapter One)
- “The Duke of Snodgrove is known for his devout leanings.” (Poison or Protect, Chapter One)
- “Oh yes, Father can be quite avant-garde. Not in his faith, of course, but he does have some progressive leanings. Hides them well, poor thing, but can’t seem to stop.” (Poison or Protect, Chapter Four)
- “Knowing the duke’s lack of subtlety, he would ensure Preshea was seated next to Mr Jackson at supper. ” (Poison or Protect, Chapter Four)
- “The duke was pacing about – calling for the constabulary, his steward, the local magistrate, his scrivener, the town butcher, his favorite hound, and anyone else he could think of in any position of authority.” (Poison or Protect, Chapter Ten)
- His house is in Mayfair, next to the Hypocras Club. (Soulless, Chapter 2)