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TOPDIGI 3500K Wireless Slimline USB Mouse For Laptops/Desktop PC in frosted surface (Black)
TOPDIGI 3500K Wireless Slimline USB Mouse For Laptops/Desktop PC in frosted surface (Black)

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Useless, 25 April 2012
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Lasted less than a month. It Simply stopped working. There is nothing wrong with my system. I plugged in my wire mouse and it worked fine.


The Appeal
The Appeal
by John Grisham
Edition: Hardcover
Price: £16.83

2.0 out of 5 stars Great writer, poor novel, 25 May 2008
This review is from: The Appeal (Hardcover)
As a previous reviewer stated, I regard John Grisham as a great writer. I judge this book only against his own high standards. This book is simply a political statement on the power of lobbyists in america. The coincidences in the book are hard to take which I will not go into for fear of spoiling it for others. Every part of the book was so predictable. The ending was rushed, leaving the reader feeling robbed. The actions of the main players are ridiculous that you get angry because you know the author is creating the scenarios in order to present his own political views.

Grisham has and will produce top class thrillers in the future but this is not one of them.


The Anti-social Behaviour of Horace Rumpole
The Anti-social Behaviour of Horace Rumpole
by Sir John Mortimer
Edition: Hardcover

13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars My Dear Old Bull, 3 Nov 2007
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This is how Rumpole decided to address a letter to the High court Judge Bullingham in order to ask him for a referal in his application to be a QC. It caused me to laugh out loud while standing on a packed train much to my embarrassment. Rumpole is an institution. Mortimer's genius is in getting the reader to tear his/her hair out at the blatant bias of the judges and the trampling of fundamental rights. He does this with his usual tact. As in previous books, the Rumpole character is so appealing because of his joy in the simple things in life. The small cigar, Pommeroys finest, the Guinness and pie for lunch. His morality is not self rightousness but is a basic sense of right and wrong. He as ever puts his genius to the benefit of the client at the expense of himself. The only critisism is that the book is too short. Please Mr. Mortimer Keep the Rumpole series going.


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