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Tuesday, March 21, 2017
Review of "Don't Get Mad Get Even"
Alfred Bullock lent his land to Throttle Cricket Club for ten years, but according to the agreement, they need to win a trophy or the land would go back to Bullock. When Alfred was injured, his son, Roland ran the business and was a bit of a twit about it. The club hired a ringer so they could win, but his salary was huge, so they had to devise a plan to make money. Roland found out the ringer liked to drink, then would miss the games and set a plan in motion. Albert and Geoffrey's houses were in direct line of the pitch and often hit, so they wanted the team to lose too, that way they could sell their houses. The shenanigans that happen next turn the town and its residents upside down. Goodwin provides a light-hearted and funny story for all readers to enjoy. 3 Stars