Will That Be Cash Or Cuffs?
If you need a chuckle or two to lighten your day, this book is it! Look again if you think being a security guard is boring. You never know what character is "shopping" next to you. True tales from a city supermarket where shopping is "easy". A hilarious, true story with a bizarre cast of characters that appear and disappear like Extra Terrestrials and their ingenious methods of stealing in a large supermarket chain. The personal conflicts and challenges of staff who work for the organization don't make their lives any easier. We laugh on one hand and empathize on the other when we meet Mrs. Johnson, the little old lady who wants to be "soft and smooth", and will stop at nothing to do so; or Mrs. Euphima Clarke who is as tall as she is wide with a voice to match. Meet Wilbert Wiley, an aged but modern day Don Juan who is obsessed with every female he sees. They all collide in the supermarket - everybody's meeting place. Interwoven within the fabric of the story is the coming of age of Bobby Blackwood, a six foot five college student who works parttime as a security guard to pay his college expenses.
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