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Title: UNTITLED NONFICTION PP
By: To Be Confirmed Simon & Schuster
Format: Hardback

List price: £28.00
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ISBN 10: 1398527491
ISBN 13: 9781398527492
Availability: Usually dispatched within 1-2 days.
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Publisher: SIMON & SCHUSTER LTD
Pub. date: 7 November, 2023
Pages: 608
Illustrations: 8pp 4-c insert; b-w chapter openers and photos
Returns: Returnable



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