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Hatley Crafty Flowers Baby Girl's Footed Coverall  Blue Multi 3-6 Months
Hatley Crafty Flowers Baby Girl's Footed Coverall Blue Multi 3-6 Months

5.0 out of 5 stars Great outfit, 29 July 2013
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Hatley make beautiful clothes that stand out from the rest and this is no exception. Well made and funky material guarantee great comments from friends and family when they see your little one in this.

Fred Feed Me Frog Spoon, Green
Fred Feed Me Frog Spoon, Green
Price: 5.91

5.0 out of 5 stars Fun and practical, 29 July 2013
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Great for encouraging fussy eaters and bringing some fun to dinner time ;) bright and colourful and easy to wash too!

Keter Eden Bench Box
Keter Eden Bench Box
Price: 95.00

3.0 out of 5 stars Ok, but problems with delivery and has a crack in it already, 1 July 2013
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Thought this was going to be a bit whiter than it was. Item hasn't arrived after a month, so I chased up and they said they had delivered it and left it safe. Obviously not, but they organised to send a replacement that arrived quickly, and this time around I received a text letting me know the day this would be delivered. Was a bit tricky to assemble, as the pieces didn't fit together that well. We now have a crack in the front so who knows how long this will last now. Expected a bit more for the money I paid, and considering they make lots if garden stuff, am surprised it wasn't a bit better made and easier to assemble.

The Killing Joke
The Killing Joke
by Anthony Horowitz
Edition: Paperback

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A thoroughly enjoyable and imaginative read!, 28 April 2005
This review is from: The Killing Joke (Paperback)
Well written and a real page turner. I bought this book on impulse as I liked the unique concept behind the story, about following a joke back to it's source. This is a comical detective story, with a slightly sinister undertone. Guy Fletcher hears a joke in a pub and decides to hunt it down to its source, in order to pass the time whilst in-between jobs. His journey takes him across the country, and he meets a wide variety of people and his perfect soul mate. However things start going wrong when a 'secret organisation' stumbles upon his enquiries and puts a plan into action to stop him. Things start off pretty harmless, but then things get worse... explosions, deaths, murder, and various attempts on Guy's on life all add to this action packed adventure story.
All stops are pulled out to prevent Guy reaching the answer to his question. What is this big secret that they do not want discovered? It's big enough to turn Guy's life into turmoil that's for sure, as he's wanted by the police, is on the run, and everything seems to be laughing at him on the way. With an Englishman and Irishman and a Scotsman following him around and watching his every move, the book keep me guessing all the way through. Filled with a few classics that everyone will have had a laugh at before - Guy really does find a fly in his soup! You keep imagining which way things are going to turn, and are constantly surprised until the very end.

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