HuddyBolly

 
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Location: Larnaca, Cyprus
 

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5.0 out of 5 stars A long lasting tick treatment that really works., 23 May 2014
I live in Cyprus where sheep and goats roam everywhere, spreading ticks wherever they go. Unless treated dogs and cats soon become infested.
I had been using a well known liquid sachet treatment on my long coated German Shepherd, but because of his size it proved to be next to useless. So, on the advice of my vet who swore by them, I tried the Kiltix tick collar. Within a week my big dog was totally tick free, and remained so thereafter. For ten years now I have used Kiltix collars on each of my dogs and found them to be the ONLY truly effective anti tick treatment available here in Cyprus, and at a fraction of the cost of liquid sachet treatments. Even my German Shepherd only… Read more
101 Nights by Ray Ollis
101 Nights by Ray Ollis
When 101 Nights was published in 1957 the subject of RAF Bomber Command was being virtually ignored. There was a plethora of books about the fighter war, but apart from The Dam Busters and Cheshire VC bomber stories were virtually neglected. Those books whetted my appetite and thereafter the bomber war became my main air war interest.
Written by a former 101 Squadron pilot, the novel accurately reflects the atmosphere; both of life on an operational bomber station, and more importantly, that of flying by night in heavy bomber streams over Germany.
101 Squadron operated within 100 Group. It's status and the tasks it carried out in addition to the normal bombing role are explained… Read more
Sisters, Secrets and Sacrifice: The True Story of &hellip by Susan Ottaway
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5.0 out of 5 stars True heroism., 7 Oct 2013
Susan Ottaway, has previously written biographies on Guy Gibson VC and Violette Szabo GC. In those books, whilst in no way diminishing the bravery of the subjects, she stripped away many of the inaccuracies and misconceptions that proliferated in each case mainly as a result of filmed accounts of their stories; and films, even British ones, tend to be made more for entertainment than as factual accounts.
In comparison to her previous subjects, the Nearne sisters, or more accurately, their stories were, until now virtually unknown outside SOE circles.
Both were true heroines and their story well deserves telling. Having read this book, one is left wondering why, in the… Read more

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