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Telepathic Vacuum Cleaner Salesperson Police Officers are an elite group of officers trained to fight door-to-door sales crimes. Every day, they patrol neighborhoods armed with security strength vacuums, looking for signs of sales abuse and bad consumer decisions. And they do what they do without any desire for recognition. To prove that, they give up their names when they become officers. Then again, they don't have a choice. It is department policy.
One Telepathic Vacuum Cleaner Salesperson Policeman decides he wants his name back, but he needs to do more than just complain to his best friend about it. He has been doing that for a while, and it hasn't worked so far. He needs power and influence.
When he starts on the trail of one of the most wanted criminals in his department, he might just get his wish. He only has to catch her, but that is not an easy task. And the closer he gets, the more he finds out just how wanted she is.
David J. Rollins is an exciting new author with a style all his own. His stories are unlike anything else you have ever read, unless you have read Douglas Adams, Terry Pratchett, Christopher Moore or William Rankin. And if you have read those authors, you'll love David J. Rollins.
Reviews for Other Books by David J. Rollins
"The perfect book for anyone that has any problem with (any) religion. If you don't find yourself laughing at poor Requiem's situation and who put him there you're definitely taking life too seriously." Dallas (Goodreads review of Angry Edenites No. 1 - The Preacher.)
"I found it amusing and entertaining. I would recommend it to a lot of people. I like the characters and the world created. My favourite was actually the short story at the end. Enjoyable all round!" Tom Vause (GoodReads review of Mannequins in the Audience)
"There are some fascinating concepts, and they are presented in an entertaining manner. Kind of like an expressionist painting." Anonymous Coward (Amazon Review of The Telepathic Vacuum Cleaner Salesman)