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The pleasure of his company
The pleasure of his company
Author: bernard glemser
ISBN: 5596
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A novel (pub. 1961) based on the world-famous play by Samuel A. Taylor and Cornelia Otis Skinnner. Biddeford Poole, Esquire, man-about-the-world, favorite of international hostesses, intimate of Oriental potentates and renowned connoisseur of beautiful women--he has not seen his daughter for nineteen years. But now that she was getting married, Biddeford decided to make up for the years of neglect-even if it meant tearing her away from her mother, her doting step-father, AND her adoring bridegroom-to-be!


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