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M. L. Hindmarch

"Slighty foxed"
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Helpful votes received on reviews: 96% (67 of 70)
Location: London, UK
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 704,174 - Total Helpful Votes: 67 of 70
Skagen Women's Stainless Steel Mesh Watch 589SSS Skagen
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Disappointment, 13 Nov 2012
A handsome watch; a present, nicely packaged & a good price. The clasp was, as reported by others, fiddly. I could cope with that BUT after only three wearings the clasp has come out - fortunately not when I was wearing it. I now have all the kerfuffle of sending it back, invoking guarantee etc etc. Skagen really needs to look at this problem & to rectify. Difficult to rate it so my rating is nominal; about 2 & 1/2 at this time!
Presence: How to Use Positive Energy for Success i&hellip by Patsy Rodenburg
36 of 38 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Present (and Correct), 26 Aug 2007
Patsy Rodenburg's "Presence" will be of value to w'shop leaders and to teachers in many settings, as well as to individuals puzzling at home over their personal (in)effectiveness .

It's a new book from an well-established coach: a thoughtful,practical, & accessible guide to work which will enable people to hold positive energy in posture, voice, outlook etc. and to assess consciously which 'circle' of energy (of three possibilities) they are operating from in any given situation.(Chapter 22, which deals with presence & technology, could usefully be required reading for all.)

Much of its material & exercises (it is a work-book!) will be familiar to those who have… Read more
The Vanishing Act of Esme Lennox by Maggie O'Farrell
The Vanishing Act of Esme Lennox by Maggie O'Farrell
29 of 30 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Not for Vanishing!, 26 Aug 2007
A fine, mature, and psychologically perceptive novel which has been elegantly and skilfully crafted.
O' Farrell has woven a compelling plot with a strong sense of time (from the 1930s to the present) and place (India & Edinburgh), each anchored by rich sensory detail.Thorough research and observation clearly underpin this novel but they are neither heavy-handed nor self-conscious. Her characterisation seemed to me to be effective and persuasive.
Esme - the protagonist's previously unknown elderly relative upon whose discovery, after she had been held for sixty years in a lunatic asylum, the plot hangs - illuminates a significant theme of the novel (p 134)when she decides that… Read more

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