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Reviews of Books with 227 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 227 pages.

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The Pier

Chris Landrum expected a quiet retirement when he moved to the small South Carolinian island community of Folly Beach, but unfortunately, murder keeps interrupting his plans. Author Bill Noel’s second entry in the Folly Beach Mystery... Read More

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Betrayal

A very peculiar book "Betrayal" is a mix of science fiction and fantasy that shamelessly draws from both genres yet ultimately appeals to neither one. The author is very good at dialogue decent at characterization and reasonably adept at... Read More

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Take Me to Havana

…when I decided to carry out a task, I did it. Once I had decided on a course I would follow it to the brink of the precipice. If anyone is in a position to compare Cuban prisons and secret police (both Batistiano and Fidelista) to... Read More

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They Fall Hard

by Mark Terry

Richard Manley is dying of cancer. The illegitimate child of World Champion Heavyweight Boxer Buddy Benson, Manley has some things he wants to know before he passes away. Was his father’s untimely death really a murder? Did he lose the... Read More

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A Savage Factory

by Luise Bolleber

If you were born in the 1960s or earlier you probably remember the exploding deathtrap known as the Ford Pinto. Robert Dewar worked for Ford as an auto plant foreman during the Pinto’s production. According to Dewar this vehicle’s... Read More

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What Are We Doing Here?

by Liam Brennan

This collection of screenplays poems and just about everything in between was pieced together by author Franci Ferrari who has high hopes that this work will “[change] the way mankind views humanity.” This ultimate goal may be out of... Read More

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Reset

by Aimee Houser

Video games as an educational tool: a surprising phenomenon to the general populace, but a hot topic of conferences and literature in the pedagogy of technology. In Reset: Changing the Way We Look at Video Games, DeMaria seeks to... Read More

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