Fugitive From the Cubicle Police

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February 11 1995
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Fugitive From the Cubicle Police is the 8th Dilbert book by Scott Adams. It's 224 pages with several strips missing from 1993 and includes an introduction by Scott Adams. Its genre is humour and is sold at the retail price of £8.99 in the UK. Unlike other Dilbert books this has more strips in it and also shows the Sunday strips in colour.


It features around the stories of;

*Dilbert, The main character and engineer.
*Dogbert, Dilbert's pet.
*Wally, Dilbert's co-worker.
*Alice, Dilbert's co-worker.
*The Pointy Haired Boss, The boss.

and many more.

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