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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I loved it as much as Chocolate !!, 7 Sept. 2014
This is the best thing I have bought in ages and it had the ultimate challenge in cleaning my sons student room before he moved out. His room needed to be pristine to get his deposit back and that would not have been achieved with out the DC59 animal! It was amazing at getting into corners. Cobwebs sucked up in an instance ( room with a high ceiling was no problem). So quick light and easy to use. No dragging a big cleaner from the car just had it in a shopper and walked comfortably from the carpark ! amazing on the Stairs. I also demonstrated it at a #CutTheCord party and everyone was amazed at how easy it was to use. My Mother in law is in her 80s and she loved it and could use it. She felt that being able to do a quick clean up would make her feel independent again instead of having to wait for the cleaner as she finds the standard vacuum is now too heavy for her to use. A fantastic product - and on my scale of great things it hit the "as good as chocolate" top award !!


John Christie of Rillington Place: Biography of a Serial Killer
John Christie of Rillington Place: Biography of a Serial Killer
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars A bit antiseptic, 14 Aug. 2013
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I was looking forward to a new take on an old theme and this is somewhat controversial, but the author speaks with too much authority for my liking (and spends too long rubbishing earlier accounts.) Let's face it the killings are 60 years old, there's no one left to give first hand testimony and both Christies and Evans were liars. Whilst the interpretation of archive material is well done, the book fails to create any real atmosphere.


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