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Something's Burning : The Autobiography of Two Cooks by  Fanny Cradock - First Edition - 1960 - from Godley Books and

Something's Burning : The Autobiography of Two Cooks

by Cradock, Fanny

Condition: Near Fine/Very Good

London: Putnam & Co Ltd, 1960. Very slight traces of foxing. No other marks or inscriptions. A very clean very tight copy with bright unmarked boards and no bumping to corners. Dust jacket clipped but not price clipped, not marked or torn with very slight rubbing, a little foxing and traces of handling. 277pp. Autobiography of TV chefs and writers, Fanny and Johnnie Cradock, seen by millions of viewers in the 1950s and even in their performance Royal Albert Hall. and Very scarce.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Very Good. 8.75 x 5.5 inches.


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