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493 pages, Kindle Edition
First published October 19, 2011
"The valuable lesson you should have learned, was that evil comes in many guises, not always visible to everyone."
Next he began to unbutton his shirt. As he did so he glanced around uncomfortably. He did a quick double take. The huge spider above the counter had winked at him, he was sure.
"A cool piece of bling, as they would say on the surface."
The old shopkeeper looked completely confused at Peter’s description. “Never mind,” said Peter. “I don’t really understand what it means either, and I’m supposed to be young and hip. "
The two rugby players yelped with pain as their bruised hands bounced up from the undamaged table.
“Thanks guys,” Richie said, as she got up and performed a mock bow.
"Is there a problem, Tiny?” asked Tank softly. Theobald looked to his friends for support, but they had backed off some way and were looking distinctly uninterested in getting involved now Tank had shown up.
she [Richie] bent forward and kissed him on the forehead. Peter smiled a dreamy smile and squeezed Richie’s hand tightly.
Tank leant in close and said, “Yes so worried,” and puckered up, ready to kiss Peter too.
“Anyway if I feel miserable about the lack of customers, I can just visualise you standing in the front of the shop in just your Y-fronts,” Tank said with tears of laughter beginning to stream down the front of his face.