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The long dark tea-time of the soul

Author: Douglas Adams
Publisher: London : Pan, 2012.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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When a passenger check-in desk at Terminal Two, Heathrow Airport, shot up through the roof engulfed in a ball of orange flame, the usual people tried to claim responsibility. First the IRA, then the PLO and the Gas Board. Even British Nuclear Fuels rushed out a statement to the effect that the situation was completely under control, that it was a one in a million chance, that there was hardly any radioactive leakage  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Detective and mystery stories
Humorous fiction
Science fiction
Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Douglas Adams
ISBN: 9781447221104 1447221109
OCLC Number: 806493919
Notes: Originally published: London: Heinemann, 1988.
Description: 275 pages ; 20 cm.
Responsibility: Douglas Adams.

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Funnier than Psycho... more chilling than Jeeves Takes Charge ... shorter than War and Peace... The Long Dark Tea-Time of the Soul.  Read more...

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