A Matter of Form

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iUniverse, Nov 9, 2009 - Fiction
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Simon has returned from college in London, England and is expected to find himself a job. Lacking any expeience of this he contacts four previous friends to seek their help. They always meet in a local Pub to drink beer and eat wings. There is more fun at these affairs than help to Simon. He follows through on an advert in the newspaper and is delighted to learn that the employer is one who requires no forms to be completed. This fits exactly into Simons attitude toward the use of forms everywhere and he is hired. His first client on the job is an entreprenuer about whom he grows suspicious of the source of his income. He thinks that drug dealing is involved. His friends wont help so he investigates alone. He is captured and held in isolation only to escape eventually and return to his girl friend. She and some friends persue the clues Simon has found and confront the entrepereneur in his own home.

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