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Adobe Photoshop Elements 10 (PC/Mac)
Adobe Photoshop Elements 10 (PC/Mac)

5.0 out of 5 stars Simplified Photoshop, 26 Mar 2012
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Really easy to follow step by step guide to managing Photoshop Elements 10. This book is exactly what I needed because as a newcomer to Photoshop I was all at sea.


Dead Of Night [DVD]
Dead Of Night [DVD]

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5.0 out of 5 stars A Horror Film?, 6 Sep 2011
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I first saw this film as a child and found it scarey. Rewatching it as an adult I was still disturbed by the final story contained in the film. Produced in black and white in the 1940s it has not dated and is good entertainment. Acting is excellent. Compared with today's horror films perhaps some will find it tame but if so perhaps they lack imagination.


"Titanic": Waiting for Orders - The Story of Alexander James Littlejohn, Steward to W.T.
"Titanic": Waiting for Orders - The Story of Alexander James Littlejohn, Steward to W.T.
by Philip Littlejohn
Edition: Hardcover

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5.0 out of 5 stars A Personal Account of a Tragic Event, 6 Sep 2011
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Titanic: Waitng for Orders. What I like about this book is the combination of fact, related personal history and photographs. Everyone knows the story of the Titanic but this book tells the much more personal story of Alexander James Littlejohn who was one of the stewards on board, was one of the survivors and who returned to sea as a steward on board the Oceanic in October 1912. The book is written by Littlejohn's grandson and is a beautifully produced.


The Glittering Eye
The Glittering Eye
by L J Adlington
Edition: Paperback
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5.0 out of 5 stars Egypt and mystery, 13 Sep 2009
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Amy Clayton is still coming to terms with the results of a horrific car crash when she travels to Egypt to join her father, who is involved in an archaeological dig. Shabti is a mysterious Egyptian boy with no memories of what has gone before. The two converging stories are skilfully interwoven and keep the reader in suspense until the end. A highly recommended third novel from this author and an excellent teenage read.


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