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Reviews of Books with 211 Pages

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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

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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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A Death in Mexico

by Michael Beeman

When the mutilated body of an American art model is discovered in the Mexican town of San Miguel de Allende late one night, local inspector Hector Diaz knows his life is about to become much more complicated. South of the border,... Read More

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Calexico

by Kai White

Life in Calexico, California, population just under 50,000, is circumscribed by border town issues, like the severely restricted access to its sister-city Mexicali, Mexico, population 700,000. Waits of up to ninety minutes at the border... Read More

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Second Communion

by Karen Rigby

Becoming an author is often serendipitous and circuitous, and for Nash Candelaria, one of Chicano literature’s prominent novelists, tracing his discovery of writing quickly led to the realization that it was “something that sneaked... Read More

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Far From Beyond

When David Onslow the head of a highly successful biotech company learns he has a growth in his brain he’s far from happy about it. When he learns that the growth is not cancer but alien DNA that entered his body when he was a boy and... Read More

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Menopause

On July 22 2002 the landmark study called The Women’s Health Initiative (WHI) published in the Journal Of The American Medical Association (JAMA) motivated millions of menopausal women to flush toss and clear their shelves of various... Read More

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Cooked

Chicago Illinois 1971. Imagine the largest charity hospital in the United States. There is no air conditioning with the exception of the intensive care units and the burn units. Beds are lined up in huge wards with curtains separating... Read More

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