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on April 2, 2000
Readers of Wilt today will be amazed at just how "unknowing" the seventies Briton actually was. Wilt's mundane technical college existence (teaching day release gas fitters the joys of Lord of the Flies), is severely shaken when he stands accused of murdering his wife, an action which has dominated his fantasies for a number of years. Complete with a rogue's gallery of grotesque comic creations, this book will make even the most sober-sided of readers laugh out load. Enjoy, and pay attention to the wisdom of Dr. Board.
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