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Reviews of Books with 160 Pages

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Murder at the St. Alice

by Meg Nola

In Becky Citra’s historical young adult mystery, "Murder at the St. Alice", Charlotte ventures from her home in British Columbia to the St. Alice, a Canadian resort hotel. Too poor to be a guest, Charlotte hopes to find work in the St.... Read More

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Frozen Dinners

by Aimee Jodoin

Affecting and sometimes poetic, "Frozen Dinners" paints a complex portrait of a twentieth-century Idahoan family and its business empire. Elaine Ambrose’s memoir "Frozen Dinners" details the emotional roller coaster of her father’s... Read More

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All We Know of Pleasure

by Matt Sutherland

All anthologists should be so lucky: “Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to gather the best erotic work by top female poets.” Off Enid Shomer went, wherever the trail led—to poems by Denise Levertov, Sharon Olds,... Read More

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Secrets of the Casa Rosada

by Catherine Thureson

Alex Temblador’s magical "Secrets of the Casa Rosada" follows Martha George, a sixteen-year-old girl whose rootless and impoverished life with her mother shifts. When Martha’s mom says they are going to Texas to visit her mysterious... Read More

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Girl Town

by Mya Alexice

Carolyn Nowak’s "Girl Town" is an intriguing, masterful celebration of girls and girlhood that honors young women of every shape, color, and identity with spellbinding, vivid art. Five self-contained comics utilize Nowak’s charming,... Read More

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Humdinger

by Matt Sutherland

Brush, charcoal, chisel, file, lathe, and potter’s wheel, yes, but what is it about artists’ tools like the chainsaw and welding torch that fail to impress so many art lovers and critics—as if real art can’t possibly come from... Read More

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Queen of Kenosha

by Peter Dabbene

"Queen of Kenosha" introduces Nina Overstreet, an aspiring performer in the 1960s Greenwich Village music scene who becomes intimately involved in the covert world of Nazis and secret ops. The first book of Howard Shapiro’s Thin... Read More

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