Malcolm Alderton

Helpful votes received on reviews: 87% (53 of 61)
Location: Lancashire, UK
Birthday: 7 April

Skiing, Digital Photography, Bird Watching, Wildlife Volunteering, Walking in the Lakes and Dales


Top Reviewer Ranking: 24,494 - Total Helpful Votes: 53 of 61
Cabin Max Backpack Flight Approved Carry On Bag Ma&hellip Cabin Max
Just received the bag and checked it over - looks very well made, zips are strong, no stitching issues and the material the bag is made of is tough and looks more than capable of handling travel treatment.

Not sure what bag some others received but I can't see how this bag comes across as flimsy or not begin bale to last more than a trip or two. Looking at some reviews they are quite a lot older so I do wonder if the design and quality has improved a lot since they wrote their reviews. Two good outside pockets , one of which could be locked with a zip through the zip tabs, loads of room for documents ., compression straps on the outside. look strong. and the latest description… Read more
Peril on the Royal Train: 10 (The Railway Detectiv&hellip by Edward Marston
Loved it - bought as it was on offer as a holiday read - intrigued me enough that I want to read the rest of the series - interesting characters and good storyline.
The Railway Detective Collection: The Railway Dete&hellip by Edward Marston
Bought the Peril on the Royal Train ( Book 10) as a holiday read and it was on offer - thoroughly enjoyed it and it interested me enough that I now want to go back and read the rest of the series. The offer for the first three books is a bargain and looking forward to "catching up" with the background and start of the series.

Great read - recommended.