Lady Jane Gillam

[She is introduced in the story I had a date with Lady Jane, and is a main character in The Silver Mistress.]
She was silent, remembering. Here she lay, Lady Janet Gillam, daughter of an earl, with her head on the shoulder of a Cockney who had walked into her life three years ago. That was after her jet-set, hell-raising days; after her stupid, defiant marriage to Walter Gillam, the drunken playboy who had killed himself in the same car-crash which had deprived her of her left leg from just below the knee.
(The Silver Mistress, chapter 3)
She has a minor part in Dragon’s Claw, The Xanadu Talisman, The Night of Morningstar, and Dead Man’s Handle.