Slave of the Singing Kettle


When Selina Lark’s grandfather dies, her Aunt Connie and Uncle Ted inherit his music shop and convert it into a café, The Singing Kettle, in a most ruthless manner. Selina is forced to slave in the café.



  • Artist: Tom Hurst


  • Slave of the Singing Kettle – Tracy: #162 (6 November 1982) – #179 (5 March 1983)

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