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Reviews of Books with 232 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 232 pages.

Book Review

Under Nushagak Bluff

by Monica Carter

In Mia Heavener’s emotional novel "Under Nushagak Bluff", three generations of Indigenous Alaskan women are the focus. Set during the 1930s and 1940s, the book is gripping and understated. It takes place in Nushagak, a remote fishing... Read More

Book Review

Honey

by Meg Nola

In Brenda Brooks’s "Honey", two friends reunite following nearly a decade of separation, resuming their relationship with a familiar, sisterly closeness that broadens into erotic intensity. When Nicole’s father is killed in an auto... Read More

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The Soledad Children

by Charlene Oldham

"The Soledad Children" is a painful legal history from the not-so-distant past, when biased testing and cultural segregation were the rule, rather than the exception. Marty Glick and Maurice Jourdane’s "The Soledad Children" is the... Read More

Book Review

Just Enough

by Jessie Horness

Part memoir, part cookbook, part philosophical musing, "Just Enough" is perhaps the first recipe anthology you’ll read cover-to-cover before placing it on your kitchen shelf. In eleven reflective chapters, Gesshin Claire Greenwood uses... Read More

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Disbelief

by John M. Murray

Captivating and thrilling, this novel pits a tough agent against a formidable enemy. J. B. Jamison’s technothriller "Disbelief" is a strong continuation of an involving mystery series that’s led by a tough woman. In this installment,... Read More

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