American Author "Borats" Nigerian Spammers; Hilarity Ensues

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Newly released: American author Steve H. Graham scams Nigerian spammers in the new Citadel Press book, "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly." Using identities such as Barney Rubble, Herman Munster, and Adolf Hitler, Graham told ridiculous lies to spammers for weeks or even months. This book is a compendium of the funniest exchanges. In the spirit of The Lazlo Letters and Letters From a Nut. Featured recently on Fox News' American Newsroom.

Email scams are HOT, costing Americans an estimated one million dollars a day, and no one gets even in quite the same way as Steve H. Graham. Citadel Press has just released his new book, "The Good, the Spam and the Ugly!" Recently featured on the Fox News Channel's American Newsroom, Graham's book shows how much fun it can be to turn the tables and scam the scammers. Using false identities such as Barney Rubble, Adolf Hitler, Herman Munster, and Mrs. Butterworth, Graham spent months telling elaborate lies and making spammers jump through hoops. When he was done, he compiled the results into one hilarious illustrated volume.

Here are a few samples of the things Graham told the scammers:

"My mother has a lot of enemies too. Although in her case, it's understandable, for she is unfortunately an exhibitionist and serial arsonist. Last year, she set fire to a funeral home and then streaked in front of the frightened mourners."

"This morning I was given three barium enemas in a row. I kept telling them the injury was at my other end, and finally they realized there was a problem with the nursing station computer."

"My Lawrence was a fine man and a good provider, but our romantic life was unsatisfying because unfortunately he had both infantile genitalia and narcolepsy."

"I have discussed this with my son Mayo and my wife Capicola, and because this is such a major undertaking, we have decided we need to discuss it with our attorney, Mr. Cole Slaw."

"If the sight of a well-maintained 73-year old physique offends you, I am afraid we will not be able to work together."

"The photos are lovely. However, I think you should tone down the colors. You and your family look like you're wearing Liberace's curtains."

"I have to say that I am shocked that they put your father in detention before they murdered him. I hope they didn't make him clap erasers."

"IF YOU WILL COOPERATE I SHALL SEE TO IT THAT YOU RECEIVE THIRTY USD. IF NOT, I SHALL LOCATE YOU AND GIVE YOU A GOOD THUMPING."

"The Good, the Spam and the Ugly" is available now at stores across America

Steve H. Graham is available for interviews. Please contact Kensington Books at (212) 407-1573 for review copies.

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Steve H. Graham

(786) 533-6310

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