Cox, Pamela; Hobley, Annabel
Based on the BBC television series, Shopgirls is the true story of the incredible women behind the counters of Britain's most famous - and not so...
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An extraordinary group portrait of London today: a book as rich, dynamic, lively, and diverse as the city itself.
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