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Reviews of Books with 211 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 211 pages.

Book Review

The Unlounging

by Shana Creaney

Selraybob is an unexpected protagonist whose journey is satisfying and thoughtful. A humorous and engaging fictional memoir, "The Unlounging" relates an existential crisis. When the book begins, Selraybob is sitting in his lounger,... Read More

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Loser's Road

by Hannah Williams

Loser’s Road is an engaging work of fiction about growth, second chances, and one man’s ability to grow and change for the better. Kalan Chapman Lloyd’s spiritually uplifting romance Loser’s Road is about a man who comes to find... Read More

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Her Own Vietnam

by Julia Jenkins

A woman’s story of wartime PTSD gathers complex characters to shed light on a little-discussed point of view. "Her Own Vietnam", by Lynn Kanter, is the story of Della Brown, who served as an army nurse in Vietnam but only begins to... Read More

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Prescription for Murder

by Annie Peters

"Prescription for Murder" is a delightfully fast-paced mystery convincingly set in the 1940s with a sleuth that readers cannot help but like. In "Prescription for Murder", private detective Alexis J. Smith faces marriage, murder, and the... Read More

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Actor. Writer. Whatever.

by Christina Hamlett

As the title of the vintage song goes, “There’s a Broken Heart for Every Light on Broadway.” Yet for as many disappointments, rejections, setbacks, and snubs that Mellini Kantayya has endured during her “rise to the top of the... Read More

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Platinum Quest

by Jeannine Chartier Hanscom

Ecological idealism meets corporate greed in "Platinum Quest", Dr. Thomas Bagot’s second novel involving mining operations in South Africa. Ben de Bruin and his family are struggling to manage a potentially profitable platinum mine.... Read More

Book Review

Kind One

by Michael Beeman

When her mother’s second cousin, the cultured Linus Lancaster, asks for fourteen-year-old Ginny’s hand in marriage early in "Kind One", Ginny eagerly accepts. Bored with her farm, her parents, and her limited prospects in the... Read More

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