The truth about sharks short story summary
The Truth about Sharks and Pigeons by Matt PhillipsThe Truth about Sharks and Pigeons has been compared to the work of Douglas Adams, Terry Pratchett and Tom Holt, with just a dash of Dr Dolittle...
Itís not paranoia, if they really are out to get you... Bill Posters is an ordinary kind of guy. Heís put a great deal of effort into it. So why does he think heís being stalked by pigeons? Thatís not normal, is it? As if being harassed by winged vermin isnít bad enough, Billís day is just about to get a whole lot worse. Heís got twenty four hours to save the world. Armed with a secret weapon more suited to the bathroom than the battlefield, Bill is joined by Fern, chunky knitwear aficionado, and Gregor, Chileís second most dangerous assassin. Bill isnít the Chosen One, but for now he will just have to do.
Prepare to learn the Truth about Sharks and Pigeons.
The Truth About Sharks
She takes four different sizes and takes them to the changing room. Once she finds a pair that fits, she goes out and tells the saleswomen, Hannah, that she likes the pants but wants to look around some more. While riding in the cop car, Beth tries to explain everything to the officer. He is a little more complying and allows her to take him back to where Hannah is waiting. Hannah explains to the cop that Beth indeed had just left her purse and her other items in the changing room and was going to come back to get them. It takes some arguing with the clerk at the front desk, but eventually, the manager is called down.
Beth walk in and noticed the security guard (Madge P. Groton) looking at her with evil eyes and a sign that said: '' All Shoplifters Will Be.
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But before that, she had to wash the dog and go shopping. Meanwhile, at the store, she tried on some pants so she could look better then her cousin. Beth goes into the dressing room, tries on two sizes of pants, and find which one she likes better. Beth finds the one she likes, but keeps it on, leaving her sweats and purse in the dressing room. The guards and police sent Beth out to a car and read her the Miranda Rights. Beth told her story in the cop car, and the cop turned around and headed back to the store. He asked several questions and took her to the dressing room.