Rotgut

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 2,182
Helpful votes received on reviews: 73% (913 of 1,245)
Location: Warrington UK
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 2,182 - Total Helpful Votes: 913 of 1245
Dean Spanley [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Jeremy Northam
Dean Spanley [DVD] DVD ~ Jeremy Northam
5.0 out of 5 stars Shaggy Dean Story, 28 July 2014
Lord Dunsany is one of my all-time favourite authors. Ever since I bought a battered copy of the Lin Carter edited collection of his early short works, "Beyond The Fields We Know", way back when, I have loved his fantasy stories.

Dunsany was a gifted and accomplished writer, successful as poet and playwright in his lifetime, but it as a short story writer that he is remembered today, and he was extremely prolific in this form of writing. A great "ideas" author, it is surprising more of his fiction hasn't been adapted into film. A story where ghosts of cricketers past gather in the evenings to play matches again predates "Field of Dreams" by several… Read more
Melissa & Doug Wooden Hi Rise Dollhouse by Melissa & Doug
4.0 out of 5 stars Big Wooden House, 24 July 2014
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Chunky, good looking dolls' house with a practical open-sided design allowing easy access and perfect for group play.

Accessories including furniture and dolls, no car though, this is sold separately.

Flat pack construction is relatively straightforward though one of the stages of constructing is mislabelled slightly. The only real criticism I'd have of this generally good quality product is that the lift, while a brilliant idea and adding dynamism to play, would probably last longer-and be easier to fit- if it was set in a shaft, perhaps plastic.
No Mercy by John Burley
No Mercy by John Burley
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4.0 out of 5 stars Mercy Killing, 13 July 2014
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Slow burn "psychological" thriller set in small town USA.

Constructed more or less as a whodunnit; murderous attacks in town are shown, there's with a small group of suspects, clues for the reader to spot and, after the guilty party is revealed, the story winds up pretty quickly, Really, though, the author seems more interested in an examination as to how the gruesome events affect the protagonists and the whole town at large.

An enjoyable read, not overly gorey, perhaps the murderer is a little bit predicatable , I would have preferred a few more red herrings along the way. As it stands though, the story has an uncluttered linear plotline, which retains the… Read more