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Reviews of Books with 195 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 195 pages.

Book Review

Orchid Blooming

by Karen Rigby

Two wounded people learn to accommodate each other in "Orchid Blooming", a romance novel about building love and trust despite one’s past traumas. A tragedy-stricken woman’s search for her mother’s heritage permeates Carol Van Den... Read More

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Wedding Vow

by Jeana Jorgensen

Friendship and romance fit together in the historical novel "Wedding Vow", in which two people lose the woman they love. In Al Cadondon’s romance novel "Wedding Vow", a man who loses the love of his life finds an unexpected connection... Read More

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Side Hustle

by John M. Murray

A work of art goes missing in the intricate and compelling mystery novel "Side Hustle". A series of thefts at a DC bank ensnares a dyslexic FBI agent in Drew Golden’s thrilling mystery novel "Side Hustle". Wynn Cabot struggles with... Read More

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Continental Divide

by Monica Carter

Alex Myers’s compelling and poignant coming-of-gender novel "Continental Divide" is set in Wyoming and delves into the difficult decisions that a trans person has to face—and how challenging the process of transitioning can be, both... Read More

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Rain and Embers

by Joseph S. Pete

The moving poems collected in "Rain and Embers" focus on displacement and the search for one’s place in the world. Iraqi refugee-turned-American citizen Ali Nuri’s lyrical poetry collection "Rain and Embers" focuses on his quest for... Read More

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by Aimee Jodoin

"Kingdom" is an entertaining science fiction story set in creepy locales. Anderson O’Donnell’s "Kingdom" is an exhilarating science fiction thriller with a noir sensibility about the morality of manipulating human genes. In an... Read More

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