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House of Cards - Season 1 (DVD + UV Copy) [2013]
House of Cards - Season 1 (DVD + UV Copy) [2013]
Dvd ~ Kevin Spacey
Offered by Shop4World
Price: £20.18

0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Quality, 5 May 2013
I wanted to take the time recommend this series. The old one was a hard act to follow, but Spacey is supreme. Even my girlfriend who dosent like politics (let alone American) is gripped. It was a good effort.

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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars too big, 3 Jan 2013
Ordered a size 6 and they arrived and looked good but they were too large.
Someone else tried them on they are a size 7 but these were even too big for her.

I think they must be 1.5 sizes too big. Thats what happened to me anyway

Do not reccomend

Wonders of the Solar System
Wonders of the Solar System
by Professor Brian Cox
Edition: Hardcover
Price: £13.60

0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Good effort.... but come on, 7 Sep 2012
Love the pictures of the solar system, but what is all this posing about???

Professor Brian Cox is prancing about in almost every scene. David Attenborough never would have acted like this.

My girlfriend says they are trying to appeal to women, but surely any astute woman interested in astronomy could see through this phoney crap?!

Its only because i happen to be really interested in whats going on out there that i personally can bring myself to bear it. I feel like ive just been dripped on.

Bring back more Patrick Moores thats all i can say,
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Jack the Ripper: Unmasked
Jack the Ripper: Unmasked
by William Beadle
Edition: Hardcover

4.0 out of 5 stars Meet Jack the Ripper, 20 Mar 2012
By far the most likely suspect and in fact it's unlikely that Jack the Ripper was not Bury.
This is because mutilations of the type found in the Whitechapel murders are extremely rare. Bury is the only person we know of in that decade who carried out similar ritulistic mutilations. Coupled with the fact that he was within walking distance of the murders at the time and they stopped when he left makes him a very important suspect for probability reasons alone.

But it's the mountain of circumstantial evidence Beadle has unearthed that makes the case against Bury so compelling and interesting.
On occasion I believe Beadle does get carried away with conjecture. And there are some important gaps left out, for instance there exists documentary evidence tying Bury to Whitechapel, but this was not mentioned.

Overall I am grateful for the author for bringing forward a credible suspect rather than another artist or surgeon. For me the most enjoyable aspect of this suspect is the way he was overlooked at the time for being not important enough to do these shocking crimes. This continues today despite everything we have learnt about serial killers.

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