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Reviews of Books with 224 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 224 pages.

Book Review

I Love Happy Cats

by Jeff Fleischer

Animal behavior counselor Anneleen Bru explains her approach to raising felines in "I Love Happy Cats". With focus on the habits and behaviors of the domestic cat’s wild ancestor, the African wild cat, it includes suggestions for... Read More

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Return to Spinner's Inlet

by Mari Carlson

Don Hunter’s short story collection Return to Spinner’s Inlet, about life on an island in British Columbia, celebrates what holds people together. Though these are lighthearted stories, the collection begins and ends with funerals,... Read More

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by Michelle Anne Schingler

Simon Bajada’s enticing and inspiring cookbook "Baltic" is an ode to a region that, though influenced by outsiders, remains all its own. Bajada presents the post-Soviet cuisines of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania as diverse and... Read More

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by Peter Dabbene

Maria Tumarkin’s "Axiomatic" focuses on events and people in Australia, and through that lens illuminates a wide spectrum of humanity. Though categorized as a book of essays, “essay” doesn’t do justice to Tumarkin’s lengthy,... Read More

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