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Fred Basset Yearbook 2012 - cover

Fred Basset Yearbook 2012

Alex Graham

Publisher: Summersdale

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Summary

Britain‛s best-loved canine hero for almost half a century returns in another annual collection of the best from the Daily Mail ‛s popular strip. With humour drier than a dog biscuit, Fred‛s cheeky antics and his astute comments  on modern life will keep you entertained all year.

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