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Reviews of Books with 166 Pages

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Harlow

by James Burt

A distinctly written odyssey details the search for a familial past amidst an environment of violence and depravity. Set in the harsh backwoods of the American south, "Harlow" provides a short but narratively complex story of the search... Read More

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Paper Moon

by Cheryl Hibbard

Renowned surrealist painter Rex Sexton is also a highly regarded writer, imbuing his fiction and poetry with the same startling vision and mastery he displays in his artwork. His newest novel, "Paper Moon", dazzles with words, just as... Read More

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Time Chords

by Lia Skalkos

World War II novels typically focus on Europe. Few look at the anti-Semitism that existed in other parts of the world at the time. Peter Simon Karp’s fictionalized memoir, "Time Chords", is an exception. The protagonist of Karp’s... Read More

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Knives on the Cutting Edge

by Lisa Romeo

As hobbies go, eating in all of the three-star Michelin restaurants in France, plus a few other countries and a handful of American cities, beats reruns of any food program on TV. For Minneapolis attorney, wine collector, and serious... Read More

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Sacred Ground & Holy Water

by Gary Klinga

It’s clear from the first page that Sacred Ground & Holy Water is not a typical travel book. In this collection of travel stories, Lyn Fuchs moves around the globe from one adventure to another, and transports the reader to several... Read More

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The Concept of Labor in Islam

by Gary Presley

Muslims make up the second-largest religious group in the world, yet while many in the Western world have a passing familiarity with the Bible, it is a rare person who knows the basic tenets of Islam or how the Qur’an delineates life... Read More

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