Dead Jammy!: The Life and Deaths of Glasgow Undertaker Jammy Stewart
This is a follow up to 'Cummoangetaff ' and 'See You Jimmy ' which reveals the life and work of Jammy Stewart, undertaker for the 'terminally inconvenienced' in Glasgow who always signed his correspondence, 'Eventually Yours'.
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