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Reviews of Books with 133 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 133 pages.

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Black and Blue in Harlem

by Eileen Gonzalez

"Black and Blue in Harlem" is a character-driven mystery about a mistake that costs two people their lives and the detective determined to find out the truth. A boozy private eye looks into the death of a child services worker while... Read More

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The Nurseryman

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

The characters of Arthur Allen’s "The Nurseryman" follow the trail of Martin Frobisher, explorer of the great North, who “discovered” Meta Incognita, now part of Baffin Island. Written in sixteenth-century style, the book’s... Read More

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Dig Down

by Shana Creaney

In this action-driven thriller, the antihero lead gets what he deserves, much to the audience’s delight. Damian Myron’s high-tension action thriller "Dig Down" is the story of Robbie Moore, an American financial advisor who’s on... Read More

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Navigating Indieworld

by Barry Silverstein

Ample and thoughtful advice will help those considering self-publishing to take the plunge without drowning, The beginning self-publisher will find useful tips and positive encouragement in "Navigating Indieworld" by Julie Gerber and... Read More

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by Camille-Yvette Welsch

In "Perspectives", Charles R. Barfield’s poetry takes on a number of complex themes: race, urban poverty, civil rights, love, and the breakdown of the body. His background in public service gives him a unique perspective from which to... Read More

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Teachers Matter

by Pamela Harris Kaiser

Marcus Winters’s proposal to revise how teachers are hired, rewarded, and retained will infuse the debate about educational reform with energy, if not consensus, making his book worth reading for those who care about America’s public... Read More

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