The Landlady by Roald Dahl is about a story of Billy Weaver, and how he finds someone who seems to be too good to be true. The landlady appears to be a harmless old lady but turns out to be something much more. Unfortunately for Billy he judges the old lady to be something she is not. Roald Dahl builds a sense of foreboding by making the landlady appear to be too good to be true and drops hints about how not to judge a book by its cover.
Billy had a suspicion about the men but continued to talk with the landlady while trying to figure out the connection between the men. Billy is discussing with the old lady about how the two men must have left only recently. The author wrote,”Left?” She said arching her brows.”but…