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  • http://www.climbout.co.uk/a-greater-range/ A Greater Range - Climb Out - A Greater Range - Alpinist Malcolm Bass has a long list of adventurous FA's under his belt but what about his MH issues and the pursuit of mental wellbeing?

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  • Reviews from the Heart - ... dangerous story that I couldn’t get enough of and loved reading! Michael isn’t a hero and doesn’t pretend ...

    This is a deliciously dark and dangerous story that I couldn’t get enough of and loved reading! Michael isn’t a hero and doesn’t pretend to be anything more than the jerk that he’s proud to be. He’s got a hard earned and well-deserved reputation for being the one even the worst of the worst call on whenever they need a difficult situation taken care of. He was abandoned by everyone that was supposed to care for him from birth and it’s shaped him into someone that people say has no soul. It’s hard not to fall for the guy when you hear everything he’s been through and no matter how tough he strives to appear on the outside, I found myself just wanting to give the guy a big hug since he’s so much more than he thinks he is. His most recent job has unfortunately put him in the middle of some pretty serious stuff going on and to say everything goes sideways in a big way is quite an understatement. Sofia is a cop and the polar opposite of Michael in every way possible. These two are the perfect example of the belief that opposites attract and I loved them together! This is a highly intriguing story filled with danger around every corner and I loved reading this! I highly recommend this to anyone to read and I look forward to much more from this author in the future.

  • rholtzer - If Previous Data is to be used, Don't Buy a Starter Edition!

    This product will not accept prior version Quicken data. Nowhere could I find a warning about this until actually starting to load the program. At that point Quicken suggests buying their more expensive version. Of course (and reasonably so), downloaded products are not returnable or refundable. At the least, Amazon should provide warning to their customers about this "feature" of the Starter Edition.

  • Flys With Van Keys - Poor decisions buttressed by Poor grammar

    I want to address the author's losing battle with the English language - I hope he puts more time and effort into his preflight preparation than he put into the creation of this poorly written piece of trash.

  • Bud R. - Great picture

    Really easy set up and great picture! Just surprised how small it was had to upgrade to a bigger Monitor

  • Tori - Fit Great!

    I was going to buy WeatherTech ones but couldn't see paying almost double what these were to get all the mats for the seating. They were really easy to put in, and fit like a dream! So glad I saved the money to buy these!

  • Laura - Always a Treat

    This story reminded me a bit of earlier Lucas Davenport stories when he was juggling a million things and getting NO sleep. I love when other characters make fun of Virgil's previous escapades. You can picture people wondering why his cases always seem to end up with a dead body, especially when said body is found in Wisconsin and not Minnesota. 😀 I laughed out loud more than once. I would have liked to see Lucas or Letty call him to tease him at the conclusion. John Sanford is simply my favorite author in this genre.

  • Randall Pine - Five Stars

    Great episode, if not the best episode to date. TWD is horror and should make you feel horrible. True to the genre and true to the comics. If you've made it this far in the series you should know that no one is safe. Kirkman set out to take these people(especially Rick) through hell and change them forever. It is what it is and I love it.