- Raising Taxes
Moist von Lipwig,
Adora Belle Dearheart
"Raising Taxes" is the working title of the possible third Moist von Lipwig novel in
Terry Pratchett's Discworldseries.
The title was first alluded to during the promotional tour of "
Making Money" [cite-web | url = http://media.barnesandnoble.com/?fr_story=66ea36effacb12f8d42a1294411c2b525c7706bf | accessdate = 2008-05-17 | title = Speech by Terry Pratchett on Making Money promotional tour | publisher = Barnes and Noble] .
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