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Reviews of Books with 165 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 165 pages.

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The Surgeon's Wife

by Delia Stanley

This dramatic New Orleans story plays on themes of loss and love. William H. Coles’s unpredictable novel The Surgeon’s Wife focuses on the romantic relationships and family dynamics of two surgeons. Mike Boudreaux is a surgeon living... Read More

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Godless Grace

by Amanda McCorquodale

Interviews with dozens of prominent humanitarian atheists underscore the belief that humans are hardwired for kindness. Americans are much more likely to vote for a convicted felon than an atheist, according to a recent sociology study,... Read More

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Nature's Hidden Force

by Kristine Morris

Despite what the hallowed theory of entropy, part of the Second Law of Thermodynamics, has suggested, it appears that the universe is not set to go out with a whimper. Instead, George Land and Beth Jarman, authors of Nature’s Hidden... Read More

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Live or Die

by Cheryl Hibbard

“I died and came back to life. So what I have to say is special,” explains Richard L. Burns in his inspirational first-person account, Live or Die: A Stroke of Good Luck. Only 38 when felled by a hemorrhagic stroke in 1968, Burns was... Read More

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Citizens of Time When Judges Ruled

The Old Testament is filled with names that inspire greatness, perseverance, and courage. As readers explore these lives through the scriptures, they can see that each personage had strengths and weaknesses, successes and failures. The... Read More

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Just Laugh About It

Sid Baron an entrepreneur with a jokester’s soul writes his memoir with seven decades of hindsight. He undertakes the daunting task of recalling his life with a chronological series of practical jokes that he has pulled on friends work... Read More

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*One’s destination is never a place but a new way of looking at things. —*Henry Miller "Wintering" follows a middle-age painter who has jettisoned messy romantic entanglements in the city for a period of regrouping in rural... Read More

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