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nero5 says:
Wrong. Nor am I a numbskull. I recommend that anyone interested read all S Jameson's reviews and marvel at them. And spend your money wisely.

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nero5 says:
Caroline, I am happy to take responsibility for creating my own good or bad karma. The only motivation I have is to warn people about parting with good money for shoddy, rambling products.
Mr Richards has written many books with criminals such as Charles Bronson. Good luck to him. I don't think I've really mentioned his 'good work' with victims of crime. Perhaps you could remind me what terrible things I'm supposed to have said. Don't you think your comments on me, that I am creating bad karma, that my heart is closed, that I've got some sort of grudge, that I'm reeking? havoc, that Mr Richards has more spirituality in his little finger than me are a little judgemental. You know nothing about me. His books are poor and I'm going to say it: end of. Nothing personal.

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Caroline. Remind me how he has helped victims of crime? He has printed their stories.
He has said, I think, that he doesn't care if he never sells another true crime book. If it's such a big deal, why not withdraw them all from sale, (he owns the publishing company doesn't he?), pulp them and give any profits to charity. Instead, 'I don't care if they never sell another copy' is rather limp, when you actually think about it. It's a win, win statement, isn't it, Caroline? But I don't care whether he keeps writing True Crime or not. My point is consistent. He can't write New Age, Self Help books; not at all, no way, no how. My opinion.
OH, you've forgotten to tell me what I've said that causes you so much difficulty? Apart from my dislike of his writing style and the lax content of his books.

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John says:
Good stuff Helpfulman. I cannot see how disagreement can be so frowned upon. This is how Nazi Germany started (or something like that).

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Cosmic Ordering Guide: Where Dreams Can Become Reality by Stephen Richards (Paperback - 6 Jun. 2006)
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