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JOHN TILLEY'S MONOLOGUES by John Tilley
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JOHN TILLEY'S MONOLOGUES

by John Tilley

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'Pictorial orange paper covered illustrated card cover' scribbled by bookseller opposite scrawled inscription in ink - This belongs to Mr + Mrs Jennings of Hill House, Rectory Hill, East Bergholt, Essex CO7 6TH (postcode era, eh?) by just simply me. Content is dated and not very funny these days but who buys printed books for the text any more? It's all and iPad now.
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