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Nothing To Complain About: Outlandish Letters For Implausible Problems
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Nothing To Complain About: Outlandish Letters For Implausible Problems (Paperback)

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Here at last is the third wonderfully humourous and entertaining anthology of letters and replies from the correspondent from Hell, Michael A Lee. The indignant author writes a moving letter of complaint to his dentist after a young neighbour's milk tooth is ignored by the tooth fairy; Kiklees Metropolitan Council respond to his letter bemoaning the number of poodies on Huddersfield's streets; Colonel Longman of the Royal Tank Regiment explains that he is unable to provide a think-tank; and the long-suffering Portia from Next Retail Customer Services Department, who Lee first contacted in 'Wanted One Freudian Slip', bears the brunt of his complaint that he cannot find a Davy Crockett in his local store. Lee relentlessly pursues a host of unsuspecting high-profile individuals and organisations with strange complaints, and, incredibly, they respond. 'Nothing to Complain About' is a brilliant and hilarious excursion into the surreal world of quintessential British humour.

Humour Publisher: Pavilion Books Publication Date: 28/09/2006 ISBN-13: 9781861058775  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Michael A Lee has been a sales executive in a pharmaceutical company for the last 20 years. In October 2000 he wrote to the town hall in El Paso, applying to be the next mayor of Texas and his story appeared on CBS Channel 4 News. In 2002 he applied for, and was given the post, of Beast of Bodmin Moor. He is a keen after-dinner speaker and author of 'Written in Jest' (1861055773) and 'Wanted One Freudian Slip' (186105 680X), both published by Robson Books.

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