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Where to start? The story is based on an actual event, the internment of German sailors in an Appalachian resort hotel, converted to that purpose. The author writes in the first person, and it is a dark, brooding story - but not overly so. The hero is fighting several demons that are slowly revealed and portend the eventual climax. We meet several interesting characters in the small North Carolina town; some good, some bad and some are ambiguous - just like real life. Midway through the book, the author introduces a love story that is sensitively written, which I'm told is quite an achievement for a male writer. (No explicit groping, but the first person allows us to understand the hero's feelings and later dilemma.) For me, this book set the 5 star bar for future novels.
It's really good but it does in fact cause a lot of shrinkage, this product is best for being used with gel and a twist out
Our favorite baby wash by far! Doesn't dry out my baby boy's skin, has a light but soothing scent in the tub but fragrance doesn't cling afterward. We've tried burts bees baby, johnsons, and baby magic and Aveeno is by far our favorite. Also like the 8oz bottle size
The first one I received did not work. It was like everyone else and only had the red light that was not very bright. I notified the seller and they immediately sent me a replacement. The replacement is awesome! Works great! I bumped my stars from 2 to 4. Would have been 5 if only it had an on off switch
I bought this on the recommendation of Jan M. Dougherty's book, The Lost Art of House Cleaning. I'm glad I did, because it is everything she said it was. I tested it on the cruddy wall behind my friend's stove. This woman has lived in that apartment for 22 years, smoked in it, cooked on that stove - and never, ever cleaned the wall between the top of the stove and the cabinets above. I'll leave it to your imagination what that was like! But I had to cook there for a short while and had to clean it up. I used all-purpose spray cleaner. Nothing. That crud didn't budge. I used a green scrubbie and Comet. Some of it came up but those little dots of brown from grease and cigarette smoke that hardened on the spot wouldn't budge. So the next time I was there, I brought Krud Kutter, sprayed it on full-strength, waited about 40 seconds and rubbed with one of those green scrubbie cloths and guess what?! It all came clean. And I didn't really have to scrub.