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Victim Of Love [VINYL]
Victim Of Love [VINYL]
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5.0 out of 5 stars Old school soul sounds, 26 Jan 2014
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If you look your soul music retro then this is for you. I bought a single from this LP and it was so good I bought the album right away. Great singing and the backing band are awesome, check out "Strictly reserved for you" and the title track "Victim of love".

Casio W-59-1VQES Alarm/Chronograph Watch
Casio W-59-1VQES Alarm/Chronograph Watch
Price: 9.17

4.0 out of 5 stars Perfect for my 10 year old., 28 Oct 2010
I bought this watch for my 10 year old after seeing it advertised in a magazine. The watch is great value given how cheap it is and was extremely easy to set.There is enough going on it to keep him happy and it also has a night light and 24hr display option and of course an alarm and can also act as a stop watch. More importantly it was great for him to get used to reading the time.

Vroom by the Sea: The Sunny Parts of Italy on a Bright Orange Vespa
Vroom by the Sea: The Sunny Parts of Italy on a Bright Orange Vespa
by Peter Moore
Edition: Paperback
Price: 6.29

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4.0 out of 5 stars Vrooms Along Nicely !, 3 Oct 2009
I bought what you could describe as the 1st of these books 'Vroom with a View' primarily because i am a Vespa fan. I bought this book because the 1st was so good. This book has a lovely mix of Italian culture,and goes off the beaten track and again you are treated to another assortment of quirky characters. This time the author's travels take him to Sicily, Sardinia and the Almalfi coast and all the while the author ponders impending fatherhood.What i really liked about this book was that it is a wee bit more than just a travelogue and at the start and end of the book you are treated to a look at Italian scooter club culture and how the Italians organise scooter rallies.This book zips along just like Marcello the Vespa. Recommended

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