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The Emergence of the White Supremacist Movement
The Emergence of the White Supremacist Movement
Price: £3.99

1.0 out of 5 stars Shoddy, 29 Nov 2013
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Buyer beware.This is basically scanned pages of a type written thesis that looks like a 8th generation photocopy,it even has the holes from the ring binder it was put in.I would've returned it but had bought it a few weeks before I got ready to read it


Remember Who You Are: Remember 'Where' You Are and Where You 'Come' From
Remember Who You Are: Remember 'Where' You Are and Where You 'Come' From
Price: £12.92

1 of 13 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Conman Icke, 16 Jun 2013
I borrowed this book thankfully.David Icke has set up a nice little career for himself coming out with ludicrous theories without the benefit of evidence.People do some research!Icke is a conman,he is selling you lies and idiots are swallowing it and contributing nicely to his bank balance.
I remember him coming on British TV claiming he was the son of god,how on earth he can still make a living or has any credibility is beyond me
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UFO's Exopolitics and the New World Disorder
UFO's Exopolitics and the New World Disorder
by Ed V. Komarek
Edition: Paperback
Price: £7.43

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Unsubstantiated nonsense, 15 Jun 2013
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If you are going to claim there is a vast conspiracy to conceal the presence of large numbers of alien beings on earth,who consort with our military,have bases on the moon etc,its a good idea to have some good sources.Unfortunately the author quotes Major Corso (Not even believed by extraterrestrial proponents like Stanton Friedman and Kevin Randle,both of whom have made a mockery of his claims)Bob Lazar (likewise)and unbelievably William Rutledge,who claims he found a crashed spaceship on the moon in a secret Apollo mission he went on.(videos of the mission are revealed to be hoaxes by numerous people on both sides of the Ufology debate)In other places he reels off incredible stories of alien interaction were the only source is a crank ufo website or witnesses who "wish to remain silent".As a UFO obsessed 12 year old I would've loved this book,35 years later I need hard evidence,and this book contains very little.


The Thames Torso Murders (Wharncliffe True Crime)
The Thames Torso Murders (Wharncliffe True Crime)
by M.J. Trow
Edition: Hardcover
Price: £16.07

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Jack the Who?, 27 April 2013
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Thoroughly enjoyable overview of the little known Thames Torso murders plaguing late Victorian London.What makes this a great read is the author really captures the atmosphere of the times,the same London that Jack the Ripper walked.After reading this I believe if it wasn't for the letters supposedly written by Jack the Ripper it would be the Torso Murderer we would be still discussing,to me its a far more interesting case than the Ripper and one that went on for years not a few months.


Night Stalker
Night Stalker
by John McShane
Edition: Paperback
Price: £6.20

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars a book of two halves, 1 April 2013
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This review is from: Night Stalker (Paperback)
A decent read up until the halfway point when the offender is arrested.at that point we go to the court case where the prosecutor outlines the offences,describing in virtually the same words the attacks that we had read of previously in the book.At this point I found myself losing interest as it becomes extremely repetitive.An interesting case but not the most interesting book once you get to the trial.


Blinded Sight: Murder, Mayhem, Riot and Revolution-Ann Arbor in the 1960's
Blinded Sight: Murder, Mayhem, Riot and Revolution-Ann Arbor in the 1960's
Price: £3.21

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4.0 out of 5 stars A moment in town, 8 Mar 2013
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Thoroughly enjoyable look at the Michigan counterculture of the late sixties/early 70s.Depicting the era of John Sinclair,the White Panther Party and the MC5.The other main theme running through the book is the series of murders occurring of young college students.For the price this is a great read,profusely illustrated with colour and black and white photos.My only quibble I would've liked to have read more of The Stooges but that's probably my own personal bias.


Suicide in Nazi Germany
Suicide in Nazi Germany
Price: £30.05

0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Disappointing, 27 Feb 2013
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Well researched but dry work on suicide in Nazi Germany.the first 50 pages deal with the pre Nazi Weimar period before moving onto the Nazi regime.interesting at times but very short,a third of the book is notes,if it was maybe a third of the price I would recommend buying it but at the current price I found it poor value.You


SS Englander: The Amazing True Story of Hitler's British Nazis
SS Englander: The Amazing True Story of Hitler's British Nazis
Price: £1.78

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars total rip off, 9 Feb 2013
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Ignore the "amazing true story" blurb on the front,this is a work of fiction.As i don't read fiction I feel totally ripped off.Shame on Amazon for selling this misleading garbage


Sons of Albion: The Inside Story of the Section 5 Squad Incorporating the Clubhouse and Smethwick Mob 30+ Years of West Brom's Hooliga
Sons of Albion: The Inside Story of the Section 5 Squad Incorporating the Clubhouse and Smethwick Mob 30+ Years of West Brom's Hooliga
by Freethy
Edition: Paperback
Price: £11.63

3.0 out of 5 stars overpriced, 3 Feb 2013
I must say firstly this is a good read but I dont know how they can justify the price,Ive bought books 3 times the page count and heavily illustrated for half the price


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