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You can read more about this book at Amazon's websites (where you also can order the book):
Normal paper editions
Amazon UK (Paperback) You Don't Have to be Evil to Work Here, But it Helps
Amazon USA (Paperback) You Don't Have to be Evil to Work Here, But it Helps
Amazon Canada (Paperback) You Don't Have to be Evil to Work Here, But it Helps
Amazon Deutschland (Paperback) You Don't Have to be Evil to Work Here, But it Helps
Kindle (eBook) editions
Amazon UK (Kindle edition) You Don't Have to be Evil to Work Here, But it Helps
Amazon USA (Kindle edition) You Don't Have to be Evil to Work Here, But it Helps
Amazon Canada (Kindle edition) You Don't Have to be Evil to Work Here, But it Helps
Amazon Deutschland (Kindle edition) You Don't Have to be Evil to Work Here, But it Helps
Category: funny fiction
Publisher: Orbit, published
ISBN: 1841492841, Paperback, 352 pages
Publisher: Hachette Digital, published 1 Oct 2009
ISBN: B002TXZS9Y, Kindle edition, 352 pages

Book synopsis (The back of the book says)

Colin Hollinghead is a young man going nowhere fast. Working for his dad might have seemed like a good idea at the time, but starting at the bottom in the widget-making industry has somehow lost its appeal. And now the business is in trouble. At least his father has a plan to turn things round - a new work force that will improve profit margins and secure the company's future for eternity. The deal looks great on paper, but they do say that the devil is in the detail - and the old rogue certainly seems to be involved in some capacity. Colin needs help.

Perhaps his new friend from J.W. Wells & Co. (Practical and Effective Magicians, Sorcerers and Supernatural Consultants) can help.

Sparkling with wit and oozing charm, Tom Holt's new comic caper will delight his readers and prove once and for all that going to work can actually be hell.

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Quotes from You Don't Have to be Evil to Work Here, But it Helps

 Thank you for calling the Powers of Darkness. Your call may be recorded for security and training purposes.
 For general moral and ethical enquiries, press 1 on your keypad.
 To make a reservation, press 2.
 For details of our special discount packages for lawyers, politicians, and Microsoft executives, press 3.
 I didn't find out she was actually the Queen of the Fey until some time later.
 Bit of a shock, but I think we could've made a go of it, if she hadn't been so dead set on wiping out the human race.


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