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Alan Mullery Autobiography by Alan Mullery
Alan Mullery Autobiography by Alan Mullery
5.0 out of 5 stars An enthralling read., 17 April 2014
I donít follow football in any way and only know of Alan Mullery because of a family connection to Notting Hill, the area of London where Alan Mullery spent his childhood. Iíve also never read an autobiography, they donít interest me. However, having said all that I was given this book as a Christmas present and thought I might as well read it, so glad I did. I found the book enthralling, I could not put it down. Alan Mullery takes the reader on a roller coaster ride of emotions, excitement, sadness, joy and depression, the book keeps the reader engaged right to the end. Well done Mr Mullery, a great read and thank you for sharing your lifeís story.
How To Dance by Jillian Carter
How To Dance by Jillian Carter
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Total Rubbish, 16 Oct 2013
There's about one paragraph per chapter! Example content. "...the tendency is to keep your arms close or let them hang limp. Instead, move your arms around" - hey, I never thought of that.
One23 Extreme Bright 3 Rechargeable Led Light One23
The actually light beam this light produces is excellent. I use it to cycle down very dark footpaths in the winter. However, the O'ring fixing it comes with is next to useless. I had to pack it with tape to keep the light in one place and stop it rotating around the handle bars every time I hit a bump - very annoying. Pity because the light unit itself is great.

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