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The Wind-Up Letters: From a Man With Too Much Time On His Hands

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Superbly witty, original, and intelligent, Hebblewhite brings together a hilarious collection of letters written to various unwitting organizations, associations, and companies

From a man with far too much time on his hands comes this collection of hilarious correspondence, guaranteed to put a smile on the face of even the most dedicated customer services assistant. Whether
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Published October 2nd 2006 by Summersdale (first published January 1st 2006)
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