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Hello, Darlings!: The Authorized Biography of Kenn&hellip by James Hogg
5.0 out of 5 stars Refreshing and fun., 4 Dec 2013
A fun and compelling biography of a TV and Radio comedy icon. It's always refreshing, and far more rewarding when biographies avoid the easy option of tabloid-style revelations and concentrate on the persons creativity and how they worked. Recommended.
The Good Food Guide 2012 by Consultant Editor: Elizabeth Carter
The Good Food Guide 2012 by Consultant Editor: Elizabeth Carter
Guides to any kind of establishment will always be subject to criticism - depending on your own personal experiences. Having visited some of the places in the guide, I would say it is on the whole a fair reflection. The guide is easy to navigate and is clear and concise. However, there were a couple of restaurants featured that personally I have seen in decline for some time and was surprised at their inclusion.
The Moon's a Balloon by David Niven
The Moon's a Balloon by David Niven
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Over the moon....?, 2 Oct 2012
David Niven had the most fascinating and colourful life. Generally I enjoyed the book but at times got bogged down with too much mundane detail - his military service for example. His Hollywood days are legendary and one imagines that a bit of Hollywood 'gloss' has gone into some of the stories and anecdotes. Nevertheless, great entertainment and insight into an era when stars really were stars....