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Memory In Death: 22 by J. D. Robb
Memory In Death: 22 by J. D. Robb
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Free Marnie Now!, 30 Jan 2008
I quite enjoyed this. One reason being that for a change Roarke is allowed to show his nasty side...to Trudy...who turns into the victim of murder a few pages later. The more boring In Death books are all those where Roarke is turned into some kind of opinionless crutch for his wife. Which is most of them nowadays. Also. Eve shows her selfish side and then has to apologise to her husband. I enjoyed that too.

Towards the end of the book, the perp, Marnie calls Eve a hypocrite. I agree with her. Eve says that she would have prefered that sadistic foster mom, Trudy, should have been tried for her child abuse crimes and then put in a cage for many many years. But who would have the… Read more
Cry Me a River [CD 1] ~ Justin Timberlake
Cry Me a River [CD 1] ~ Justin Timberlake
Beautiful, beautiful CD.

I loved all the mixes. I'm gonna buy CD2 for even more mixes. Can Justin actually sing? Who cares. His management people know exactly how to frame his voice to please an audience.

More power to them and Justin.
No One ~ Alicia Keys
No One ~ Alicia Keys
2 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Please give this woman to Justin Timberlake's production team.

On the first track the 'pom, pom, pom' beat in the background makes the track sound like something a military band plays in green park. Completely ruins the track.

The reggae version is also dire. Alicia screaming out over the backing. No effort whatsoever by the engineer to tone down her strident singing.

The song is good. The singing is excellent. Please god someone releases a white label version. Someone with a bit of producing talent.

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