Canuck Teach

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 2,408
Helpful votes received on reviews: 71% (15 of 21)
Location: Canada
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Canuckteach is a jazz collector and classic-film buff. I webcast swing and jazz from www.Live365.com - I also host a 'classic jazz' website from which you can load my jazz shows, or peruse other products available from Amazon.ca : http://canuckteach.tripod.com/
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 2,408 - Total Helpful Votes: 15 of 21
In God's Name: An Investigation Into the Murder of&hellip by David Yallop
5.0 out of 5 stars Yallop is gold., Aug. 3 2014
Yallop is gold. If he writes it, take it to the bank. After 4 (?) non-fiction offerings on the Vatican, the Holy See must bristle anytime someone named 'David' is mentioned out loud (I hear they frowned when it was announced that 'David' Clarkson signed with the Leafs (--: ) I knew Yallop had his murder mystery solved when Pope JP II passed on, and was laid out 'in state' for public viewing - why was JP I cremated and buried at 4:00 am the morning after his demise? Be prepared to plow through mounds of forensic detail on the financial misdealings of the Vatican Bank, and their nefarious partnerships with mobsters, thugs, and swindlers. Yallop leaves no stone unturned. He is the 'Babe… Read more
Case Histories: Series 2 <b>DVD</b> ~ tba
The second offering of Case Histories features fine performances from the cast and 'classy' production values -- however, the mixture of bizarre events and coincidences was toned down considerably from Season 1. We come away with a deeper understanding of Brody, our hero -- but less thrills.
Man Who Would Be King <b>DVD</b> ~ Sean Connery
Man Who Would Be King DVD ~ Sean Connery
Michael Caine's favourite, I believe, as directed by the brilliant John Huston, in collaboration with Sean Connery. Caine's new wife plays a secondary role as the object of Connery's attention, after he and Caine manage to take over a far eastern tribal city-state, using their advanced knowledge of military tactics and weaponry. Ironical, funny, pseudo-tragic originally penned by tale by Rudyard Kipling.

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