eBook Reviews: Checkout 27 by Andrew M Gallagher
|4.5 stars, 2 reviews|
Andrew Mark Gallagherabout this book: Life is not as complicated as we think. Most decisions begin and end with money. Therefore you need to ask yourself a question: If you are given the chance to acquire money without any real risk would you take it? I think it would be harder to pass up than any of us really understand.
As the Manager of a Supermarket Peter Ian Digby saw money every day but when a chance accident presented him with the opportunity to cash in he surprised himself and took it. The idea of stealing never occurred to him, his background and upbringing was totally opposed to crime. The hurdle of stealing was not the last in the home straight but the first. Having the money was not what it seemed; now he had to hide the fact and run parallel lives. Only now did he find out the added responsibility stolen money would put on his daily life. Two cars, two homes, two of almost everything and unfortunately at times his interests crossed over. It was clear making any sort of romantic connection with a work colleague let alone an auditor sent to check up on him was out of the question. Well it should have been. It was time to stop the stealing and cover his tracks only then would he be safe and get the girl!
I wrote this book after 23 years working in a "normal" job, moving goods around the world for a Freight company. My main role was the warehousing for a variety of products. Along with the majority of other people I believed I had that book inside me. For 5 years I re-read and edited before finally sitting down and spending a solid 3 months writing until I was happy with the final draft. From this I am eager to start the second book with confidence knowing the way I work best and the ideas which have begun to take shape already.
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Embarrassing phone call!I didn't think it would be as good as it was. The idea of a supermarket manager stealing from the store didn't really grab me at first. The funny stories within the plot make it well worth reading. I loved the prostitute (If I am allowed to say that!) Very funny in parts complemented by a good story line. Good read. [by Victoria Bents]
Funny situationsA reasonably ordinary situation a supermarket manager stealing from his employer. It is written with some nice touches of humour and twists along the way. Some interesting side stories and a surprise at the end. The story was wide ranging covering many areas and topics but overall an interesting read. I laughed out loud in a few places. [by Alex Jones]
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