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Shopgirls True Stories of Friendship, Hardship and Triumph From Behind the Counter

Descriere: Tells true stories of life behind the counter. In this history, we join shopgirl Chili Bouchier on her journey from the small ladies' department at Harrods to star of the silver screen, and experience the raw courage of John Lewis' Miss Austin during the Blitz in the West End.

Page dim. 198 x 133 x 24

Weight: 316 grams

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Autori: Cox Dr Pamela, Hobley Annabel | Editura: Cornerstone | Anul aparitiei: 2015 | ISBN: 9780099594680 | Numar de pagini: 320 | Categorie: Business  

  

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