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Reviews of Books with 196 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 196 pages.

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The House on the Green

by John M. Murray

A young couple experiences years of separation in the historical novel "The House on the Green". In Betty S. Hilton’s historical novel "The House on the Green", a young woman contends with love and loss around the time of World War I.... Read More

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A Touch of Torah

by Kristine Morris

"A Touch of Torah" is a joyous celebration of faith, discipline, and community that works to bring biblical teachings into the present day. Anne Lowe’s "A Touch of Torah" compiles short, friendly talks regarding the teachings of the... Read More

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The Purple World

by Laura Leavitt

"The Purple World" is a powerful and insightful text that forwards suggestions for common sense health care reform. Joseph Q. Jarvis’s personalized "The Purple World" focuses on health care and navigates partisan lines with skill,... Read More

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Call Me Mary

by Delia Stanley

"Call Me Mary" is an eye-opening novel whose self-proclaimed sex addict lead is refreshingly candid. In Evelyn Cole’s emotional and dramatic novel "Call Me Mary", a woman looks for love in a world of lust. Mary Lou is an independent... Read More

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