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—Henrietta's last words
Henrietta Giddleworthington-Sanders
Full name Henrietta Philomena Cora Edith Giddleworthington-Sanders
Gender Female
Status Deceased
Birth 1908
Nationality Flag of United Kingdom.png British
Residence Sanders House
Family Atticus Giddleworthington (estranged son)
Roger Sanders (husband)
Profession Retired
Affiliation(s) Giddleworthington Fortune
Appearance(s) Sewn to Death
Crying with Murder
Curiosity Killed the Cat

Henrietta Philomena Cora Edith Giddleworthington-Sanders (1908-2016) was the estranged mother of Atticus Giddleworthington. She appeared as a suspect in the murder investigation of Tulia Lillip in Crying with Murder (Case #22 of the World Edition). Prior to that, she was mentioned in the investigation of Mariam Acar, a Tunisian politician in Sewn to Death (Case #13 of the World Edition). She was accidentally killed by Sofya Morozova in Curiosity Killed the Cat (Case #24 of the World Edition).


Henrietta was an elderly woman who had short grey hair. She wore a velvet black hat with netting and a rose on it, a dark coat, a brooch with the letters "HG", on it and held a cane with "HPCEG" written down it in gold. She carried a black leather bag on her forearm on the same arm with the cane. She also wore black leather gloves and sunglasses on her head. She often held her position most of the time as her pouting. Her only emotion was in her eyes. Henrietta was also the owner of the World Police Agency company.

In her first appearance, it was noted she could sing.

Height 5'2"
Age 108
Weight 98 lbs
Eyes blue
Blood B-

Role in Case(s)

Sewn to Death

Henrietta was first mentioned by Atticus when he said spoke about his past, mentioned that he hated his mother because of her getting married to Roger Sanders, one of the meanest men in Chelsea.

Crying with Murder

Henrietta was flagged as a suspect because of her suggesting luncheon at Tulia's earliest convenience, which was found ripped up in Tulia's house. Henrietta was delighted to see Atticus again after 40 years. Despite having been a beautiful young woman, Henrietta had aged terribly. Atticus expressed disgust when seeing her, and stormed out of the building.

Henrietta was spoken to again when her gloves were found in the meadow. Henrietta said that she left he gloves there when she was plating some tulips, and needed to take them off as her hands got sweaty.

Curiosity Killed the Cat

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