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The Chronicles of Craigfieth

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  • Author: David MILSTED
  • Publisher: Mainstream Publishing
  • Published: 1988
  • Description: Hardback, Very Good
  • Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine
  • Edition: First
  • Ref: 6993
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First UK edition. Price still on dustjacket. Gilt titles to spine still bright and clean. Minor bump to head and tail of book spine. “Nestling at the foot of the sublime Lummock Hills, the town of Craigfieth with its immaculate herbaceous borders and upright citizens is temporarily thrust into disarray by the incomer Mr Mohammed Haq, whose ‘Universal Emporium’ (formerly Brown’s Newsagents and General Stores) is selling goods of the most undesirable, outrageous sort… This sets the scene for the first of David Milsted’s uproarious The Chronices of Craigfieth which, with immense affection and intricate detail savagely satirises small-town Britain of the 1980’s.” IN STOCK FOR IMMEDIATE DESPATCH