Sex, Lies & Crazy People

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BookBaby, 2014.
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Grouped Work ID6895e6e8-6724-3425-b89e-2de5cafce89a
Full titlesex lies and crazy people
Authorhickman john
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Last Update2021-09-16 19:50:49PM
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    [synopsis] => John tells the bittersweet true story about his family's involvement in the Harewood Hotel, Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent in England during the 1960s, interspersed with self deprecating reminisces. Best described as a true life faulty towers - but without basil. When John is assigned to the kitchens will he be able to cook any better than his dysfunctional family? He's in good company with chefs who can't cook and waiters who don't speak English. A multitude of international guests include a millionaire addicted t pornography; a con man and his beautiful ex-prostitute wife; as cash strapped film company; a strange little man who reads tea leaves and scientologists seeking spiritual fulfillment.
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