Reviews by mowjac
Balanced and bracing tonic
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Concise and readable without dumbing down or minimizing the issues. Gives a tough and fair assessment of technology and its interaction and limitations within the human element. Recommended for educators, non profits and donors to social change initiatives especially, but also good for people engaged in self actualization and development.
Exhaustive
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An excellent, thorough guide to these three National Parks: one in Montana and two in Alberta, Canada. Covers lodging, camping, hiking, activities, driving, possible itineraries and what to see in these wonderful parks.
Engaging
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An engaging fast paced mystery and love story for book lovers, book collectors, and Stratfordians (read the book to find out who they are!)
Terrific!
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An excellent tense mystery that is as much a story about the inhabitants of this small resort town and their reaction to a local murder as it is about catching said murderer. The acting is uniformly good; the story enthralling and compelling. Entertaining. Many of the gritty new detective series such as The Falls or The Killing I have found become boring, not this one! Only gripe is David Tennant's accent can be hard to understand; you may need subtitles!
Welcome new British detective series
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Brenda Blethyn is terrific as the cantankerous Vera Stanhope. Excellent story, a promising pilot for this series. Highly recommended to fans of detective fiction.