Litter Thugs

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What should we do with those louts who leave their litter behind them wherever they go? Would they think twice if their rubbish automatically ended up between their bed sheets? Alf and Bert 'borrow' one of Trevor Cloud's half-finished experiments and start a revenge campaign against the litterbugs. Which would be fine, except human error and half-finished experiments make a poor combination… More

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Words: 5,930
Language: English
ISBN: 9788293174240
About James Field

I was born in Essex, England, in 1951.

My early days of work as an engineer led me to Norway where I met my future wife Kari. She moved to England where we married and raised our two daughters. We moved back to Norway in 1985.

My wife and I now live far in the north, well within the Arctic Circle, in the land of the midnight sun. Life here is slow and comfortable, blessed by unspoilt nature and its magnificent moods.

Being creative in the written form gives me vast pleasure. I hope, dear reader, you will take a break from your world and lose yourself in one of mine.

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Review by: Michael on Jan. 18, 2015 :
Armed with newly developed consciences, x-ray vision, and a matter transportation device, Alf and Bert decide to clear up dumped garbage. As you’d expect from Alf and Bert, a simple clean-up exercise erupts into an all out war. Lots of chuckles in this story as it descends into a satisfying dose of Alf and Bert chaos, with an ‘untidy’ twist.
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Review by: James Jenkins on Dec. 10, 2014 :
Fun read & interesting solution.
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Review by: Victoria Zigler on Oct. 30, 2013 :
This isn't my favourite of the books I've read so far by this author, but it is a well written book, as well as being an entertaining read.
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