Spindrift

"Globe glider"
 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 57% (4 of 7)
Location: England
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 444,950 - Total Helpful Votes: 4 of 7
Dixon of Dock Green [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Jack Warner
Dixon of Dock Green [DVD] DVD ~ Jack Warner
I hugely enjoyed watching the six episodes of Dixon. It took me back to the London of my childhood and stirred memories of places and daily life and a pace of life no longer observable in the city. Jack Warner's recounting of events is invariably very down-to-earth and practical, based in reality . Uncomplicated plots nevertheless grip the attention from the quality of the acting and the close attention to police procedure in resolving potential threats and outright murder. This was a fine series evidenced by its continuing relevance to policing issues today. The episodes are supported by subtitles and the soundtrack is of excellent quality.
SHAKER BOTTLE 600ML Shopping Sky
SHAKER BOTTLE 600ML Shopping Sky
This shaker bottle is cleverly designed to distribute dry powdery solids in a scatter pattern. An internal baffle prevents too much powder from emerging clumped together. Load the bottle with insecticide powder, air freshener, carpet dry shampoo etc etc. The one drawback with this item is its price - expensive as empty plastic bottles go. If you can find a retail outlet stocking Sozali products you may make a better purchase. I have found the shaker particularly useful for applying cleaning powder to sinks and basins.
The Sands of Windee: Scribner Crime Classics by Arthur William Upfield
I have found the Scribner editions of crime classics to be handy books, not too thick to take on a train or coach trip and generally good print. The Sands of Windee is regarded by many as one of the outstanding stories of Arthur Upfield's outback detective Napoleon Buonapart. Solving the crime appears an impossibility since there was a disappearance but no corpse or live sightings in subsequent months. Buonapart applies his deep knowledge of the bush creatures and shifting landscape to postulate a scenario for death and proceeds to back up his theory with incisive observations of local people and well-chosen dips into archives. The tension mounts to a thrilling race against time across a… Read more

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