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Why Not Stay for Breakfast?

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George Clarke is a civil servant, a respected member of the Establishment, once married, now on his own. He lives in a flat in a converted Hampstead house. The apartment above is inhabited by hippies, and their noise often disturbs his peace. One evening young Louise Hamilton arrives on his doorstep. She has had a row with young Davey in the "pad" upstairs. She is also very pregnant. The clash between the happy and the square types is at full strength when Louise suddenly starts labour pains.2 women, 3 men

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Why Not Stay for Breakfast?
1975, Samuel French Ltd, London

ISBN-13: 9780573015809

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