The third in her DJ series of short stories, Jaqi Loye-Brown’s ‘GRAM Mother’ casts a random eye over the life and loves of the enigmatic Myrtle, a watercolour artist approaching fifty and running on that last little something in the tank. Myrtle’s decadent lifestyle threatens to subjugate the precarious mother and daughter bond as she struggles to bring up teenager Severign in West London.

The eight ball on the cover is a familiar code any dealer and their decadent clients will be familiar with, the clue to the choice facing the protagonist after a relationship bust up. If you've read the second book, DJ WAGs, Myrtle and her bestie, Liberty made cameo appearances and GRAM Mother also revisits a storyline from DJ Whore, previously left unresolved. Order the DJ trilogy rave lit here.


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