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Gino D'acampo Stainless Steel 24cm Pasta Pot by Gino D'Acampo
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I bought this to cook pasta. The idea is that you put the pasta in the colander and then insert the colander into the pan containing your water. Once it is cooked you can just lift up the colander and drain the pasta without all that dangerous slopping about of boiling water. It does this fine and the handles stay cool enough to touch. The shiny steel of the pan looks nice.

It's biggest drawback is that the colander sits too high in the pan. I have to put in at least two kettles of water to get enough to cover the pasta. I have had to use the colander with another pan I have which is slightly wider but shallower and the colander can sit on the bottom of that. I can then use my… Read more
The Storm Without (Doug Michie Book 1) by Tony Black
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Too much Burns, 9 Jan 2013
I bought this because I like crime writing and I hail from Ayr. It was a bit of a mistake. I've since read that this was a serial in the Ayrshire Post and the style of writing is aimed at that audience/format, not a novel. It seems a bit lazy not to give this book a rework and edit to make it more suited to reading in one go. I also found the endless references to street names and places wearisome, and I know the streets. What must it have been like for someone not familiar with Ayr? I found the plot very thin as are the characters. For example there is a whole set up of the drunken mother, then suddenly she's dead and that's it, drunken mother problem solved with no relevance to plot and… Read more
Monday to Friday Man by Alice Peterson
Monday to Friday Man by Alice Peterson
59 of 68 people found the following review helpful
I bought this for Kindle mainly because it had positive reviews and was 20p. Actually for 20p, it was worth it. But although the story line was fairly good, if a bit "modern romantic single in London" fodder, it was intrusively badly edited. I felt like getting my red pen out. Jokes were repeated, whole chunks of text copied and pasted as a summary, even though the action had just happened. With a good ruthless edit this might make a decent summer read

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