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Reviews of Books with 194 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 194 pages.

Book Review

No Place to Pee

by Melissa Wuske

"No Place to Pee" is an engaging memoir about time spent working in construction in Alaska, and as a rare woman on the team. Margaret H. Piggott’s memoir "No Place to Pee" is about being a lone woman laborer on the Alaskan frontier.... Read More

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Old Fires

by Eileen Gonzalez

A bereaved widower embarks on a fateful journey in Josh Patrick Sheridan’s spiritual novel, "Old Fires". In between a horrific tour of service in Vietnam and his wife Grace’s death from cancer, Tim had a good life. After Grace’s... Read More

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The Begonia Killer

by Michele Sharpe

Capturing the intensity of a search for missing children, "The Begonia Killer" interjects an element of romance into its propulsive mystery. Jeff Bond’s mystery novel "The Begonia Killer" combines an urgent search for missing children... Read More

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Desire-Intrusive Thoughts

by Jeremiah Rood

"Desire-Intrusive Thoughts" draws upon personal experiences with OCD to deliver professional advice about how to help others. Carol Edwards’s "Desire-Intrusive Thoughts" is a guidebook for mental health professionals looking to help... Read More

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Shine of the Ever

by Karen Rigby

In Claire Rudy Foster’s thirteen stories, collected in "Shine of the Ever", various characters—women adrift; transgender people who fear exposure; binary and nonbinary people—experience disquiet, fragile peace, naïvete, and... Read More

Book Review

My India My Canada

by Susan Waggoner

My India, My Canada is an absorbing memoir about a life divided between two countries—vast in their differences, but both loved. Nityanand Sharma’s memoir My India, My Canada recounts life divided between the Indian subcontinent and... Read More

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