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Nick Brett

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 372
Helpful votes received on reviews: 83% (5,279 of 6,326)
Location: Wiltshire, England
Birthday: 24 Sep
In My Own Words:
54, English. Mainly review on the UK Amazon, but occasionally dip in over onto the US site. Very surprised you have bothered to read this. Have you nothing better to do?!!

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 372 - Total Helpful Votes: 5279 of 6326
Private Wars: A Queen and Country Novel by Greg Rucka
4.0 out of 5 stars more goodness from Rucka, 14 April 2014
The second in the Queen and Country trilogy featuring British assassin Tara Chace. Having left Government service at the end of the previous book, Tara is now the single Mum of a young daughter but the opportunity arises to regain her credibility by undertaking a mission in Uzbekistan. What at first appears to be a snatch and grab becomes more complex with regime change and some missing missiles.

Itís got the brisk writing style of the previous novel, the same gritty feel and the same powerful action. Despite the brisk style the characters are interesting and have surprising depth and the book has considerable pace. Not quite up to the high standard of the first one but still… Read more
Finish Power and Pure All-in-One (Pack of 1, Total&hellip by Finish
5.0 out of 5 stars The only ones we use, 14 April 2014
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No brainer here, these are the ones we use all the time. No supermarket knock off copies, no cheap alternatives. It's not just about how clean it gets your dishes, it is also about how much sludge and residue is left (or not if you use this stuff).

So in summary this does the job very well indeed - use and forget.
Modesty Blaise by Peter O'Donnell
Modesty Blaise by Peter O'Donnell
4.0 out of 5 stars Classic from the 60's, 14 April 2014
Modesty Blase started as a comic strip before featuring in a series of books, this being the first. Written in the mid-sixties I remember discovering and devouring them in the late seventies. A film was also made, but it was awful and best avoided.

Modesty is a retired gang boss who, along with her right hand man Willie, is a little bored in retirement. She is convinced to assist HM Government in the protection of some diamonds and finds herself back in the game and up against some very nasty opponents. It is very much of its age and has many similarities to Bond, outrageous bad guys, expansive settings and plots and action. As a character Modesty actually has more depth and… Read more