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Three Mothers (and a camel) By Phyllida Law

Three Mothers (and a camel)
by Phyllida Law

A single-volume edition of two hugely charming and funny memoirs of family life - `Notes to my Mother-in-Law' and `How Many Camels Are There in Holland?' - by the inimitable Phyllida Law.
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A single-volume edition of two hugely charming and funny memoirs of family life - `Notes to my Mother-in-Law' and `How Many Camels Are There in Holland?' - by the inimitable Phyllida Law. Phyllida Law's treasured mother-in-law Annie was the lynchpin of the entire family, so when they realised she was growing ever more deaf the only solution was for Phyllida to note down all the day's gossip for Annie to read. When her own mother Mego - always deliciously dotty - was diagnosed with dementia late in her life, Phyllida devoted herself to Mego's care, on hand to keep the cottage tidy and prepare a medicinal G&T. And all the while Phyllida had to manage her busy acting career and bring up her own daughters, the actresses Emma and Sophie Thompson. Complete with wonderful new material from Phyllida, Emma and Sophie, this single-volume edition of Phyllida Laws's two enchanting memoirs of family life - `Notes to my Mother-in-Law' and `How Many Camels Are There in Holland?' - is a tender and sweetly comic story of mothers, daughters, a malfunctioning hearing aid and a most peculiar question about camels ...

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Sku
GOR005554812
Title
Three Mothers (and a camel)
Author
Condition
Very Good
Binding type
Hardback
Publisher
HarperCollins Publishers
Year published
Number of pages
352
ISBN 10
0007485875
ISBN 13
9780007485871
Prizes
N/A
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