Foxy-T and Ruji-Babes live and work in an internet call shop in Shadwell, East London. They are content with their simple, shared life -- tarka dahl and a sweet lassie in the evenings, tv and each others company. When, one day, a young asian man, Zafar, turns up at the flat unannounced on his release from Feltham Young Offenders Centre, their lives start to change and his growing obsession with Foxy-T yields terrible consequences. An outstanding urban love story, Foxy-T and Ruji-Babes is told in the patchwork patois of East End teenagers. Colourful, brave and fantastically enjoyable, Foxy-T is sure to win many admirers for the unique storytelling voice and the writer's extraordinary ability to draw such wonderfully real characters.