The Butler's Guide to Running the Home

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The Butler's Guide to Running the Home

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The Butler's Guide to Running the Home and Other Graces

  • Stanley Ager served fifty-three years as a butler in some of the most magnificent houses in Britain. This book--written with Fiona St. Aubyn, granddaughter of the third Lord Levan--is his masterwork and guidebook on how to maintain the home elegantly and efficiently.

  • Published November 6, 2012. 208 pages. Hardcover.

Measurements: 7" x 8½"

Material: Hardcover

Care: Wipe with a dry cloth

Brand: Random House

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