The BEST of Everything

By: Davis, William

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London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1980. Near Fine/Near Fine. 1st Edition. Twenty-one experts in their field give their opinion of what is best in a range of subjects. Contributors are Gerald Durrell, Robert Heller, Cyril Ray, Alan Whicker, Clement Freud, Anthony Burgess, Richard Gordon, Nigel Dempster, Paul Johnson, Sheridan Morley, Benny Green, Bevis Hillier, David Taylor, Fenton Bresler, Alexander Walker, Kenneth Robinson, Ian Woolrid ge, Ann Ryan, John Taylor, Alan Blyth & Alun Chalfont. Jacket by Behram Kapadia. BOOK:- Spine head crush, no corner bumps. No ink names, stamps or other markings. DUST JACKET:- Intact, with price. Mil d edgewear on the spine head & heel and on the flap hinge corners. No tears. No chipping. A scan of the jacket is available on request..

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