Blimey! It's the Zipper E Button Removal Atom-smasherxtraction! Something bizarre is happening in London's Paddington Station. A powerful gravitational force has taken control of passengers, causing zippers to unzip, buckles to unbuckle, and trousers to fall down, revealing more polka-dotted underwear than ever imagined. Among the victims are Wiff and Dirty George. When a man disguised as a rabbit jumps from the train, the boys give chase. Little do they know they are about to battle Basil King, a master criminal, who leads an army of rabbit-costumed thugs and mad scientists determined to take over Britain. Set in the Beatlemania 1960s, here is the outrageous adventure of Wiff and Dirty George, who must stop one of the most dastardly plots unleashed on England.
Wiff and Dirty George leaned back on their heels and tugged with everything they had, but the rabbit dragged them closer. When they'd reached arm's length, the rabbit flashed a smile of daggerlike teeth.
"Looks like the rabbit's outsmarted the foxes, eh, lads?"
"Mister, we only wanted to have a look at that ... that silver sidk," said Wiff.
"Shut up, you cheeky tykes," said the rabbit. "You're lucky I'm in a good humor, 'cause if I ever see the likes of you two again ... I'll have your throats!"
FROM THE BOOK
About the Author
Stephen R. Swinburne was born in London, England, where he spent his early childhood, and had a friend known as Dirty George. He is the author of many acclaimed books of nonfiction. This is his first novel. Steve lives in South Londonderry, Vermont.