Seemingly disparate characters come together in this entertaining work of fiction. Sixteen and with a newborn daughter, Georgia has been kicked out of her city squat, but she’d rather suffer her Uncle God’s supermarket shampoo and recycled tea-bags than go home to her mum and be reminded of the incident. After a lifetime’s scrimping and saving, early retirement looms for Godfrey Palmer and his colleagues in Council Tax are in for quite a shock. For Mansel Big Face, '”Ducks ’n’ Dogshit” officer, it’s time to climb out of the Superman tights and face the music; it’s time to come to the rescue, not cause the accident. When Georgia turns up on Godfrey’s doorstep she doesn’t realize what a catalyst for change she’s going to be.
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About the Author
Lorraine Jenkin is a writer for the Guardian, the Times, the BBC and the Observer. She is the author of Chocolate Mousse and Two Spoons and Cold Enough to Freeze Cows.