The Queen and I

The Queen and I

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Baker & Taylor
When the British government evicts the royal family, they move into housing flats and learn, the hard way, about life outside Buckingham Palace

Blackwell North Amer
The unthinkable, the inconceivable - it's happened. A new British government confiscates all royal properties and evicts the royals themselves, relegating them to council housing. Even the Queen and her consort are forced for the first time ever to share a bedroom. A rare few among the fallen aristocrats adjust. Most don't. Mostly they are incredulous at the priceless rugs being cut down to fit their new, smaller domiciles, and the other inconceivable indignities, like waiting one's turn in the supermarkets, that are suddenly being heaped upon them.
This is the stuff of Sue Townsend's outrageous new hit novel that propelled it to #1 on the British bestseller lists, even as in real life the royal family comes ever closer to fulfilling this fantasized story.

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& Taylor

When the British government evicts the royal family, they move into housing flats and learn, the hard way, about life outside Buckingham Palace. By the author of the children's book, The Secret Life of Adrian Mole Aged 13 3/4.

Publisher: New York : Soho, [1993]
Copyright Date: ©1992
ISBN: 9780939149971
0939149974
Branch Call Number: FICTION TOWNS

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