Ted & Stuff by Ryan Hunter

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Hunter’s humor is well-crafted and consistent, and his story has its own unique appeal that I think will entertain many readers.
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This book is about Ted. Ted is a special fellow who wasn't gifted with intelligence, guile or sense. Especially sense, Ted and sense keep little company together. But, what he lacks in brain wattage, Ted more than makes up for in his uncanny ability to stumble into situations that threaten his job, well being and, at times, very life. It's up to his arch nemesis The Baron, aka Charles from accounting, Eric, The Baron's boyfriend and a ghost who calls himself Mr. F in polite company to make sure that Ted isn't carried away by his misadventures. It isn't an easy thing, to be sure, but with a little luck, and decent book sales, perhaps Ted will make it through to a sequel.
 

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By day Ryan Hunter is a mild mannered Customer Service Representative for a software company. By night Ryan Hunter is still a mild mannered Customer Support Representative for a software company, but he drives with his lights on.
 
Published June 1, 2012 by Havenboro Press. 226 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment.
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Hunter’s humor is well-crafted and consistent, and his story has its own unique appeal that I think will entertain many readers.

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