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Andrew James 1500 Watts Electric Food Stand Mixer &hellip by Andrew James
5.0 out of 5 stars Good value for money, 6 April 2014
Excellent product. Makes cake making a breeze. I just throw everything in the bowl and the mixer does the rest. Powerful motor with several settings and it's easy to clean. Comes with 4 different attachments and a good quality spatula, also a useful little cookbook.
Makes good pastry as well. Very pleased, don't know what I would do without it now.
The Cedar Face: DI Jewell book 3 (DI Elizabeth Jew&hellip by Carole Pitt
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Another satisfying and enjoyable read in the Elizabeth Jewell series.

Jacob Morven comes to England to give lectures on Canadian First Nations culture and history. Thousands of miles from home, he finds himself the prime suspect in a murder investigation. Morven is a fascinating character. On the surface he appears to be a very spiritual person with telepathic powers and a most unlikely killer but darker aspects of his personality emerge as the investigation progresses. Could he really have murdered some one over a mask with a dubious provenance?

Jewell's new boss, Liam Yeats, who is convinced Morven is guilty, also seems to have something to hide. Added to this… Read more
Wilderness Lodge (DI Jewell) by Carole Pitt
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
An interesting location for a murder investigation. At times the atmosphere of this story is quite eerie. Apart from a murder, there seem to be other very strange and mysterious things going on. The sanctuary itself seems to take on a personality of it's own, at times friendly and familiar, at other times desolate and forbidding.

It's the dead of winter and Park Road Police Headquarters is in the grip of a flu outbreak. Morale is low and Elizabeth Jewell is finding it hard to make any progress in finding Harry Steele's murderer.

This is as intriguing as Carole Pitt's previous book 'The Lily Branch'.