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Peter Digby is Manager of Taylors supermarket, part of a national chain. When he is handed the chance to make money without actually putting his hand in the till he surprises himself and takes it. It maybe classed as white collar crime but the drawbacks are frustrating and difficult to handle. Having the money becomes a bigger headache running two homes two cars and two ...more
Kindle Edition, 176 pages
Published February 29th 2012
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Melanie Adkins
Aug 30, 2013 Melanie Adkins rated it it was amazing
Peter Digby's life was ordinary. He was the manager of Taylor's supermarket and he has an adequate staff. Peter drove a small car and lived in an ordinary flat. There is however, another side to Peter's life. He's embezzling from the store where he works. He begins to feel his world falling apart when people from the head office show up to do an audit. Certain he's about to be found out, Peter decides he must find a way out. The audit will surprise Peter and you!

I loved this book! Quirky and f
Andrew Gallagher
May 11, 2015 Andrew Gallagher rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: humour, british, crime
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Money from Fraud... Would you? 1 1 Jun 04, 2013 10:54AM  
Andrew M Gallagher Born in Manchester, England: Attended St Ambrose Barlow School and De La Salle College until making a first step into the world of paid employment. This was hugely over rated. Selling New Cars during the early 80's was fun rather than profitable which led him to the International Freight Industry. The last 23 years have been spent in the movement of goods around the Globe; ...more
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