The Autobiography of a CAD

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The Autobiography of a Cad is the hilarious 'memoir' of an arch-rotter, chronicling the life of one (happily fictitious) Edward Fox-Ingleby. A. G. Macdonell had great fun in writing this book, undoubtedly his funniest. It is written as a tongue-in-cheek 'autobiography' of a man who ploughs his way through life shafting everyone around him. After inheriting an estate from his dull father while still at Eton, he then goes up to Oxford; adroitly evades service in the First World War, and finally becomes a Tory minister in the ...

Autobiography of a CAD 2016, White Press

ISBN-13: 9781473330948

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The Autobiography of a Cad 2012, Fonthill Media, Toadsmoor Road

ISBN-13: 9781781550175

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The Autobiography of a CAD 2001, Prion (GB), London

ISBN-13: 9781853754142

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The Autobiography of a Cad 1984, Sutton Publishing Ltd, Gloucestershire

ISBN-13: 9780862991340

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