The Other Typist Characters

Suzanne Rindell
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Rose Baker

Rose is a young, single woman working as a typist at a New York City precinct. She is an unreliable narrator.

She considers herself plain and morel, although it is apparent that the Lieutenant Detective finds her attractive. She also falsifies Mr. Vitalli’s murder confession to convict a serial killer. Both of these traits seek to make the reader relate to and empathize with Rose.

She claims to have grown up in an orphanage after her mother put her up for adoption to spite her father. After taking a job as a maid, she was sent to a good school, where she befriended Adele, a novice nun.

Rose tells her story while she is confined to a mental hospital. She claims to be an orphan, but is likely Ginevra Morris, a woman who killed her fiancé Warren (or at least had a hand in his death...

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