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Reviews of Books with 171 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 171 pages.

Book Review

Quickwater Oracles

by Katerie Prior

"Quickwater Oracles" is an inspiring, thought-provoking collection of spiritual poetry that will carry the heart, mind, and soul toward broader, more open horizons. Ruth Thompson’s "Quickwater Oracles" is a thought-provoking collection... Read More

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Who's There?

by George Hajjar

Who’s There? unites folktales with modern domestic horrors, resulting in a chilling collection. The five surprising horror stories in Dimas Rio’s Who’s There? mobilize fear to question religious piety, the makings of monsters, how... Read More

Book Review

Back Story Alaska

by Joseph S. Pete

"Back Story Alaska" is an entertaining love story about Alaska. Lance Brewer’s engaging memoir "Back Story Alaska" explores the state’s bush territory from the perspective of an unlikely tour guide—a “city boy and lawyer” who... Read More

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Alexandrian Summer

by Kristine Morris

Sultry, seductive Alexandria is filled with secrets, seething resentments, and hidden tensions, and the Egyptian Jews who live there, though enamored of the city’s charms, are coming to see that their lives are precariously balanced... Read More

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Not the MET

by Heather Shaw

Fifty million people visited Manhattan last year, and those who put a museum on their itinerary probably chose the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Janet Halpern and Harvey Applebaum have nothing against the Met, but they’d like you to know... Read More

Book Review

Life Your Way

by Dindy Yokel

Life in the twenty-first century is lightening fast and there is an epidemic of books, business coaches, and gurus who are penning self-help guides, websites, blogs, and more telling us how to do it all and do it faster. The result... Read More

Book Review

Confidence at Work

by Elizabeth Breau

At a time when many people remain in unsatisfying or low-paying jobs because they fear unemployment, this book persuasively makes the case for feeling fulfilled by one’s work: “Knowing what you are good at, what you are truly... Read More

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