Neil Braeman

Helpful votes received on reviews: 83% (34 of 41)
Location: UK


Top Reviewer Ranking: 708,567 - Total Helpful Votes: 34 of 41
Samsung RL56GWGBP Freestanding Fridge Freezer fros&hellip by Samsung
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Unlike me, this refrigerator is large and good looking. It does exactly what you would expect it to do and does it very quietly. I would have given it five stars, except that I had to change the door around so that it opened the other way. This was quite complex and took a couple of hours, which was OK, but when it was built the handles were so over tightened that they distorted the metal on the door. Now that I have swapped them to the other side it is obvious where they used to be. Of course 90% of people probably won't encounter this! or dare. So buy with confidence!
debt by Shaun Morris
debt by Shaun Morris
5.0 out of 5 stars GET THIS!, 25 Oct 2012
I know it was under a quid but within a few seconds of opening it I thought I had made a big mistake. There was something wrong with the font size so I had to zoom right in; there appeared to be hundreds of chapters making the index huge and when you did get to it, the first section was written in a completely unreadable style: perhaps a sign of a man trying to be too clever. However, once you get past the garbage this is a gripping book. It pulls you right in with a twist and turn on every step of the way. I was looking forward to coming home each day and picking it up. I almost had to make notes of who was in possession of what and who did what to who. Excellent. If he writes another… Read more
Caught in the Crossfire: Scotlandís Deadliest Drug&hellip by Russell Findlay
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Couldn't put it down., 25 Oct 2012
A very interesting documentation of Glasgow's seedy underworld from the eighties onwards. You will be amazed at how many got away with so much for so long (to paraphrase Winston Churchill). It has obviously been meticulously researched and states the facts quite plainly, but there is not one moment of boredom.