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Force Z Shipwrecks of the South China Sea: HMS Repulse and HMS Prince of Wales
Force Z Shipwrecks of the South China Sea: HMS Repulse and HMS Prince of Wales
by Rod Macdonald
Edition: Paperback

5.0 out of 5 stars Great informative book made better by the written descriptions that ..., 6 July 2015
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Great informative book made better by the written descriptions that illustrated the drawings and photos. Couldn't stop reading once I'd started.


The Bus Stop Killer: Milly Dowler, Her Murder and the Full Story of the Sadistic Serial Killer Levi Bellfield
The Bus Stop Killer: Milly Dowler, Her Murder and the Full Story of the Sadistic Serial Killer Levi Bellfield
by Geoffrey Wansell
Edition: Paperback
Price: £6.99

4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars the bus stop killer, 28 Aug. 2011
Wow, how do these vile and sadistic people like Levi Belfield ever exist in a supposedly civilised society? From the time that these killings (plus one violent maiming) hit the press and subsequently our TV screens I wondered just what sort of Police investigations had finally brought someone to book on what seemsd to be so little evidence. This book brings it all home in a clear and concise way. In fact, it was so clear that I just HAD to read it again in order to take it in.

If you only buy one book this year, make sure it's THIS one!

Geoffrey Wansell, you have done a fantastic job. Thank you............
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Singapore Burning: Heroism and Surrender in World War II
Singapore Burning: Heroism and Surrender in World War II
by Colin Smith
Edition: Hardcover

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Singapore, 1956, 12 July 2010
I went to Singapore as a 9 year old with my parents (Father with 25 Company RASC). Both father and mother were keen amateur historians and set about tracing the lines of fighting on the islands and later, down Malaya from Kuala Lumpur south. There was still plenty of evidence to see. So the names I learned, from Muar to Parit Sulong and the barbarity dished out were reinforced by Colin Smiths book.

A brilliant read and I'm reading it again, just to take it all in!

Peter Laidler


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