At Bertram's Hotel Characters

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Lady Bess Sedgwick is an English woman who is the equivalent of the modern day extreme sports athlete. Lady Sedgwick has flown a plane solo over the Atlantic, was a member of the French Resistance during the war, and has been said to have saved two children from a burning building. Lady Sedgwick thrives on danger and has been known to almost anything to feed this thrill. It is even rumored that Lady Sedgwick is having an affair with a race car driver several years younger than herself, a young man who is spotted numerous times hanging around the hotel where Lady Sedgwick is staying.

Lady Sedgwick's thrill seeking has also entered her personal life. Lady Sedgwick has been married three times. The first marriage ended when Lady Sedgwick had an affair and ran away with her lover, a man who would become her second husband...

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