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The Handbook of Mobile Market Research: Tools and &hellip by Ray Poynter
1.0 out of 5 stars Don't buy!, 17 Sep 2014
It's bad enough having junk calls constantly to a landline without this spreading to mobiles too. Don't support this!
The King's Spy: (Thomas Hill 1) (Thomas Hill Novel&hellip by Andrew Swanston
I enjoyed this and will read more from this author. The pace was good throughout and I took no time to finish it.

Thomas Hill is a bookseller. He is called into the king's service in Oxford during the Civil War, mainly because of the recommendation of his old tutor: he was a brilliant mathematician and cryptanalyst. The main plot is to do with the decryption of a message which uses a Vigenère cipher, thought unbreakable at the time. Readers may find the details tiresome at times, but the plot moves on at a pace, with many colourful characters.

I can forgive a blooper early in the book, where someone uses the binomial genus-species Latin name for plants. It was… Read more
H2D iR Ionic and Infrared Professional Hair Dryer by H2D
2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Luxurious and classy, 5 Sep 2014
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From the luxurious packaging to the quality of finish, this dryer excels. It feels comfortable and well balanced in the hand and considering its power, it is quite light. There are two power settings and three fan settings, giving six in total, plus cool blast. Of course, like your shower, as the fan gets faster the heat goes down.

It is quite quiet, too!

I am not sure about "ionic" and "infra-red" being effective, but it dried my wife's hair in no time at all. There is a soft brush provided, a nozzle and diffuser; the latter two can only be used on low heat.

If you are in the market for a really classy looking hair dryer, this is for you.