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BOFH volumes 1, 2, 4 & 5 hit UK shores

And volume 3? Don't ask

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BOFH Volume 5Cash'n'Carrion The tramp steamer bearing the long-awaited BOFH volumes finally docked in Blighty earlier this week packed to the gunwales with Bastard literature. Strangely, though, there was no sign of volume three - an absence so mysterious that we can only conclude that something not unrelated to the Marie Celeste, Bermuda Triangle and alien abduction is responsible for the outrage.

No matter, while our literary search-and-rescue team scours the Atlantic for signs of the missing tome, we are now able to offer volumes 1, 2, 4 and 5 (seen here) at £7.99 apiece (no VAT on books, of course).

Alternatively, you can go here and snap up volumes 1 and 2, or 4 and 5 for £13.99 per pair, or if you want all four, these can indeed be yours for £27.98 with just £1 P&P on the quartet.

There's nothing more to add except to note that a simultaneous restock of BOFH apparel means that the BOFH logo t-shirt and BOFH polo shirt are now on the shelves in all sizes from medium to XXL for £12.76 (£14.99 inc VAT) and £16.16 (18.99 inc VAT) respectively. Check out all the BOFH merchandising here. ®

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