William Bradshaw, King of the Goblins

By Arthur Daigle

Young adult, Fantasy

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“Cickam Wender and Downe was founded in 1851 by three lawyers who wanted someone else to do their work for them,” Twain said. “They decided to only accept men of great intellect, unsurpassed integrity, and a firm understanding of the law. They gave that up after five years when no one fit the bill. This led them to hire any fool you could manage to open a door without hurting himself, which produced a slightly higher number of successful applicants. But there are only so many jobs and too many idiots trying to get them! It’s been my experience that people will lie, cheat, and steal to get a job here. So far no one has tried killing someone to get hired, but give it time.” Twain’s eyes narrow. “You don’t have a gun, do you?”



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