Lady Violet Bicker-Howell is the eldest daughter of the Duke of Snodgrove.
She is described as being round and dark, like her mother.
Lady Violet is described as being sensible.
In the books Edit
- Lady Violet likes to draw scientifically accurate depictions of flowers.
- “Lady Violet is Duke Snodgrove’s eldest daughter. She’s absolutely topping. A divine mango from heaven. Or do I mean banana from heaven? Well, she’s both. An elegant bastion of womanhood.” (Poison or Protect, Chapter One)
- “Lady Violet Bicker-Harrow was plainer than Preshea expected, dark and round like her mother but wearing both in better humor.” (Poison or Protect, Chapter Three)
- “Lady Violet seemed a sensible little thing.” (Poison or Protect, Chapter Four)
- “Lady Violet was the type to be impressed by the opinion of others, especially when such an opinion was expressed in a sympathetic manner.” (Poison or Protect, Chapter Six)