Living with his parents - rent-free, jobless, and on the dole - life is stress-free and easy. However, watching the world go by has not made Steve any less opinionated, especially on important and pressing issues such as social networking sites and daytime TV.
But fate is about to deal another hand. Motivated by the fear of losing his benefits and precious beer money, and enticed by an exotic-sounding location, Steve takes a job that is not quite what it seems . . .
Thrust into a surreal world where multi-national organised crime is regulated by red-tape bureaucracy and health and safety gone mad, Steve finds himself employed by the megalomaniac Dr Won Doin who is hell bent on that old cliché of world domination.
Guns, girls and paperwork – Is it possible to be bad at being bad? Steve is about to find out.
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About the Author
After the success of the international selling Urban Legends Uncovered, Mark decided to cross the murky and forbidden waters from non-fiction to fiction and so Bad at Being Bad was born. The book has taken four years to complete and was born out of frustration of how modern businesses operate with their ridiculous and suffocating management procedures. Mark's first hand business experience coupled with his life-long (and to be honest, quite disturbing) fascination with organised crime, gave him an idea; A surreal world where the world of organised crime tries to unite using the lunacy of modern day business management practices. Urban Legends Uncovered also took 4 years to complete and started life as a self-published book, before Summersdale Publishing offered an attractive contract for a publishing deal. Urban Legends Uncovered is an investigation into the sinister and moralistic world of Urban Legends, but with a witty and modern approach that sets it apart from others. NOW AVAILABLE: Bad At Being Bad (Kindle edition) Coming soon... Urban Legends Uncovered (NEW Kindle Version)