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Authored by year-old BAFTA and Emmy Award-winning documentary filmmaker Charlie Russell, this is an intimate portrait of extraordinary, exuberant and uninhibited grandmothers, that ultimately questions how we feel about sex and age — especially when combined with the oldest profession of them all. Please try again later. I enjoyed reading this book because it illustrates that adults have had a young life.
The children then see their grandmother in a new light. Beverley, 64, has been escorting from her quiet suburban home for the last 25 years having been left penniless by her ex-husband. We Beverley as she considers her future.