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The Telepathic Vacuum Cleaner Salesperson Policeman brings in the most wanted criminal of all time, Gelmon Wrackworn, only to let him escape right before entering the PenitenceBuilding. Fortunately for the policeman, Wrackworn is arrested again immediately after, but it’s too late. He is humiliated before his entire unit and the credit is given to someone else. He is manipulated into taking a secret assignment, but it involves the woman he would love to ask out on a date. Being the dutiful policeman he sticks to duty and honor even though it breaks his heart. All he wants is his very own name and the real woman he’s falling in love with. He’s a decent, honest, hardworking policeman. Is that so much to ask? Why does life have to be so difficult?
Ok, for those of you who have an oddball sense of humor and love stories that are a bit goofy you’ll love this one. It is quite an entertaining read. The problem is it’s a bit too goofy at times and there are some editing issues, but nothing outrageous.
The Telepathic Vacuum Salesperson Police Officers give up their names when they join the unit. How do they go through life without a name? It boggles the mind! Set in the future where door-to-door sales are outlawed, people can order a spouse custom made, clothes are whacky and can be quick delivered on demand for the latest fashion addict and boring public transportation is replaced with roller coasters, you might want to get in the right frame of mind before you read this one. It is not to be taken seriously. Well, except maybe the poor policeman’s dilemma. He’s stuck between the woman he loves and his duty to his unit. Wait…that sounded so less pervy in my head! Anyway, for some lighthearted silly entertainment that sneaks in a hidden mesage I’d recommend picking this one up.