The Intimate Memoir of Dame Jenny Everleigh: in and Out of Trouble

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Running Press Book Publishers, Nov 25, 2004 - Fiction - 180 pages
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In Business as Usual, our keen benefactress of the leisure trades accepts with alacrity her friend Sir Ronnie Dunn's commission to report on the ins and outs of his book business. With "Bookselling Bob," Jenny immerses herself in fascinating figures, investigates the esoteric world of the specialist bookseller, practices the gentle art of the buyer's incentive, and teaches her guide several invaluable tips on how to penetrate new markets. For on the vital matter of what happens between the covers, Jenny's expertise is without compare.

The Bare Necessities finds the energetic young Jenny taking a much-needed vacation to the countryside to frolic with her school chum Patsy Chorlton. But as all good times must, Jenny's days of carefree bliss come to an end as she is called upon by her King and country to provide her one-of-a-kind services to none other than a member of the Royal Family. Her ardent attention to this member will answer the question that readers have long been asking: Just what does Jenny do to earn the merit of Dame of the British Empire?

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