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The 'tis Bottle: Book 4 of the Trilogy (The First Three Books Are Being Withheld for Public Safety).

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Pages: 56

Language: English

Book format: An electronic version of a printed book that can be read on a computer or handheld device designed specifically for this purpose.

Publisher: Archway Publishing (20 Jan. 2015)

By: Hal Goldblatt (Author)

Elmer J. Schmo is a very rich man who has everything he wants. Unfortunately, Elmer is bored. After consulting with his advisors, he decides to hold a contest. Whoever has the best idea to alleviate Elmer rsquo:s boredom wins one million dollars.

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After placing an advertisement in the local newspaper, Elmer weeds through hundreds of letters until he sees a hastily scrawled message on a brown paper bag that asks if he has ever collected lsquo:tis bottles. Anxious to find the owner of the message, Elmer hires the FBI and the NSA to investigate. Finally they locate the message rsquo:s author Our Hero Just Plain Joe, a penniless man without a home or a family who tells them there are four lsquo:tis bottles scattered throughout the world. After Elmer dangles a two-million-dollar prize in front of Just Plain Joe rsquo:s nose, the unlikely hero embarks on a journey to find the first bottle where he soon discovers the quest may be much more difficult than he ever imagined.

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The lsquo:tis Bottle is the humorous short story of a very rich man and a plain hero who come together in a daring effort to find four bottles hidden at the very top and bottom of the earth.


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