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By Stellakis Stylianou
This is the fantastic, terrifying, muscle-packed tale of the main feared and revered bouncer within the nation. while Stellakis Stylianou, recognized to his buddies – and his enemies – as Stilks, was once a child starting to be up in London he used to be so terrible that he needed to exit searching pigeons for his family's supper. It used to be the reminiscence of these lean days that made him vow that his circle of relatives may by no means be hungry back. And so he solid a existence for himself doing what he knew most sensible – utilizing his muscle and his unstoppable strength to maintain legislation and order at the streets, in a manner that no uniformed copper may perhaps ever do...Now he has risen to develop into the main recognized membership doorman on this planet. Woe betide somebody who errors his enterprise politeness for weak spot.
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On the Doors. If You're Not on the List, You're Not Coming In by Stellakis Stylianou