Bob Servant: Hero Of Dundee

Bob Servant: Hero Of Dundee

Neil Forsyth, Bob Servant


In Delete This at Your Peril, Neil Forsyth brought the fictitious personality Bob Servant to the united kingdom and North the US and his construction speedy received a critically-led cult following. Trainspotting writer Irvine Welsh picked Delete This at Your Peril for Esquire's Funniest Books Ever Written and either the e-book and the Bob Servant personality are being constructed for tv and radio through the BBC. Sixty-four-years-old and resolutely unmarried, Servant spends his days with a small variety of relied on affiliates pursuing not going enterprise possibilities, giving stern perspectives on present affairs and 'chasing skirt'. His outlook on lifestyles is considered one of unbridled ambition and self-belief as he always battles the neighborhood 'boo boys' for the glory that he unquestionably merits. Bob Servant: Hero of Dundee charts the hilarious, whimsical and action-packed life-story of Bob Servant, unveiling with touching bravery, a fearless romp via a existence filled with incident, from his upward push from a formative years of abject poverty, via a occupation within the service provider military, his institution of the most important window-cleaning around in Western Europe and his half in Dundee's notorious Cheeseburger Wars of the early Nineteen Nineties, to his present status as an 'unemployed gigolo' in Broughty Ferry.

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