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Insight Flexi Map: Rome (Insight Flexi Maps)
Insight Flexi Map: Rome (Insight Flexi Maps)
Price: £3.99

4.0 out of 5 stars Rome flexi-map, 25 Nov 2013
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Bulky but useful. Reasonably clear markings but many smaller streets not named which makes it difficult to find the smaller sights and sites from given addresses.


Alexandria: The Last Nights of Cleopatra
Alexandria: The Last Nights of Cleopatra
Price: £5.15

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Alexandria., 25 Nov 2013
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Not much to do with Cleopatra except the usual story, more to do with the author's life but enjoyable all the same.


A Delicate Truth
A Delicate Truth
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5.0 out of 5 stars A delicate truth, 25 Nov 2013
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The usual high standard from John le Carre with a contemporary twist. Has to be read in one sitting if poss.


Rottner Keykeeper Small Outdoor Key Safe with Key Code Ideal for Carers/ Cleaners
Rottner Keykeeper Small Outdoor Key Safe with Key Code Ideal for Carers/ Cleaners
Price: £25.50

5.0 out of 5 stars The occasional memory-slip., 25 Nov 2013
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I rated the Keykeeper with five stars because it is solid and capacious with a 'Dotproof' opening - even I can remember a few digits. It has a serviceable waterproof 'coat' and is easy to open after entering the code. All I need now is finding where to place it and remembering then where it is!


The Way We Live Now
The Way We Live Now
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4.0 out of 5 stars Is it a puppet-show?, 3 Oct 2013
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I am only part way through but am enjoying Trollope's ironic sense of humour and his use of names to indicate character.
There is a wonderful sense of the life and behaviour of the varied moneyed classes in the late 19th Century. One can get a vivid impression of the manipulation going on in the 'marriage market' in order to gain a fortune through an heiress. It is like watching a puppet-show, trying to work out who will get who! I look forward to seeing if my predictions are correct.


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