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Summary: Grandma George in the Underworld
Grandma George is a deaf old aged lady but she can read on people’s lips what they have to say. She has two sons, Pat and Dave, a grandson, Roy, and a dead granddaughter, Susan. Pat is Roy’s father and Dave is his uncle. Roy has a girlfriend, Maureen and he likes boxing. Pat and Dave are both in prison because they have flied open by planning a robbery.
The story takes place in the East End of London where the George family is well known. Grandma George looks after her grandson Roy very carefully while his father is in prison. She never forgets Susan’s death. She died on an overdose of drugs. Susan always had a charm with her with Grandma George’s face in it.
But when her dead body was found she didn’t has the charm with her. So Grandma George looks everywhere for it. Therefore she buys stolen goods to find again this amulet.
Roy’s father Pat is sorry for what he did and he promises that he will never do something like that again and he has the intention to move to South America when he leaves prison. But he wants to know who has squealed Dave and him by the police. At the end it appears that it was their own mother because she wanted protect them for the wor.....[read full text]