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BOFH books creep back into Cash'n'Carrion

Volumes II and IV now in stock

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BOFH books II and IVCash'n'Carrion We're pleased to report that some, at least, of the magnificent BOFH books have found their way onto the shelves of the Cash'n'Carrion warehouse, namely: Book II - Son of the Bastard, and Book IV - Dummy Mode is Forever.

Naturally, you're wondering "why on God's green Earth have they only got parts two and four?" A good question, and in reply we ask you to imagine a tramp steamer packed to the gunwales with volumes one, three and five as we speak chugging its way across the Atlantic.

Yup, it's a delivery delay on the other three, but we thought we'd get what we have up on the site pronto lest anyone currently missing either of this pair has been sitting in a darkened room for three months awaiting their arrival.

You can get these tomes individually for £7.99 or bundled for £13.99 - a saving of more than two quid. Naturally, there is no VAT on books, so that's what you pay.

Hopefully, the SS BOFH will dock shortly on Blighty's fragrant shores, and we can complete the set. Watch this space. ®

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