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Delete This at Your Peril

The Bob Servant Emails

Written by Bob Servant / with Neil Forsyth

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SKU: 9780857900005 Categories: ,
ISBN: 9780857900005
Published: 01 Jun 2011
Format: E-Book
Publisher: Birlinn Ltd
Imprint: Birlinn
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About the Book

This is an hilarious collection of email exchanges starring the anti-hero of spam, Bob Servant, now republished with previously unreleased material. Spam is the plague of the electronic age, comprising 90% of all emails sent and conning over GBP150m a year from British victims. Into this wave of corruption steps the brave figure of Bob Servant - a former window cleaner and cheeseburger magnate with a love of wine, women and song as well as a keen sense of fair play. This wickedly funny and original book features the anarchic exchanges between Bob and the hapless spam merchants. As they offer Bob lost African millions, Russian brides and get-rich-quick scams he responds by generously offering some outlandish schemes of his own. The spammers may have breached his firewall, but they have met their match as Bob Servant rises heroically to the challenge, and sows confusion in his wake.


The Author

Neil Forsyth

Neil Forsyth is an author and journalist. A fellow Dundonian and friend to Bob Servant for over twenty years, he currently lives in Edinburgh. He is also author of Other People's Money, a biography of fraudster Elliot Castro, and a novel, Let Them Come Through.

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