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Cars Coffee and a Badass Ninja Toilet - Julia Karr - cover

Cars Coffee and a Badass Ninja Toilet - Julia Karr

K.C. Hilton

Publisher: Book Boss Publishing

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If you deal with customers day after day who drive you insane, give you reasons to drink alcohol, or make you want to quit your job, this book is definitely for you. And maybe a few of your friends. Rest assured, you are not alone. 
A chaotic and hilarious portrait of a used car lot owner, Julia Karr. Her feisty attitude and fearless approach to managing a business, how it affects her home life and dealings with customers will have you scratching your head about humanity.

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