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Ayesha, an angelic seven year old Bangladeshi, is growing up in an inner London City and meets her elderly neighbour. Mrs Peters, a white woman, has lived in the East End all her life. She is lonely and prejudiced against change, especially people different from herself. A most unlikely, yet beautiful friendship develops between them, bringing their two contrasting families together, crossing religious, cultural and racial barriers. Only Graham Peters, the youngest sibling, wants to make a different crossing with a view to join a racist political party. When Mrs Peters is attacked in her home, a chain of emotions unfolds, affecting both families and the rest of the community. A time for questioning loyalties, divisions, prejudices and friendship begins, in order to discover what really happened to Mrs Peters and more importantly, why.
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