Suddenly, Samuel Daily said 'Ms. Drawblow.' Arthur was in shock, he wasn't at all expecting them both to be related to Ms.Drawblow.
As Arthur sat in Mr. Bently's office, Mr. Bentley ordered Arthur Kipps, a solicitor, to attend Ms. Drawblow's funeral and told him about 'the extraordinary Ms. Drawblow'.
You are going to attend Ms. Drawblow's funeral. Mrs. Alice Drablow has recently died at eighty-seven years old, but was a loyal client of the firm for many, many years. An odd woman, she lived in an equally odd house in a small market town called Crythin Gifford—a house only accessible at low tide after crossing the Nine Lives Causeway.