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Helen Simpson

  • The Burton Court Recipes: English Food from Herefordshire
    • Categories: General; English
    • ISBN: 9781873827000 Paperback (United Kingdom) 11/1/1991
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  • The London Ritz Book of Afternoon Tea: The Art and Pleasure of Taking Tea
    • Categories: Afternoon tea
    • ISBN: 9780091881054 Hardcover (United Kingdom) 7/4/2002
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  • The London Ritz Book of Afternoon Tea: The Art and Pleasures of Taking Tea
    • Categories: Afternoon tea
    • ISBN: 9780091909949 Hardcover (United Kingdom) 1/12/2006
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  • The London Ritz Book of Afternoon Tea: The Art and Pleasures of Taking Tea
    • Categories: Afternoon tea
    • ISBN: 9780852234228 Hardcover (United Kingdom) 1/1/1986
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  • The London Ritz Book of Afternoon Tea: The Art and Pleasure of Taking Tea
    • Categories: Afternoon tea
    • ISBN: 9780877958239 Hardcover (United States) 10/1/1986
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  • The London Ritz Book of English Breakfasts
    • Categories: Breakfast / brunch; English
    • ISBN: 9780852236642 Hardcover (United Kingdom) 10/27/1988
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  • London Ritz English Breakfast
    • Categories: Restaurants & celebrity chefs; Breakfast / brunch; General courses; English
    • ISBN: 9780877959809 Hardcover (United States) 11/1/1988
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  • Ritz Book of Breakfast
    • Categories: Breakfast / brunch
    • ISBN: 9780207161308 Hardcover (Australia) 11/7/1988
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  • The Ritz London Book of Afternoon Tea: The Art and Pleasures of Taking Tea
    • Categories: Restaurants & celebrity chefs; Afternoon tea
    • ISBN: 9781448146406 eBook (United Kingdom) 6/5/2012
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Biography

After five years at Oxford, where she gained an M.Litt degree for a thesis called Unreasonable Laughter in Restoration Comedy, Helen Simpson won the Vogue Talent Contest. She worked at Vogue for several years, writing about travel, shops and food, as well as interviews and fiction. She has written four collections of short stories and is currently published by Cape.