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Reviews of Books with 234 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 234 pages.

Book Review

Raccoon Love

by Michele Sharpe

The memoir "Raccoon Love" tells the compelling story of how a deep and nourishing love began—and of how it ended. Rich and steeped in culture, Stephen Akey’s memoir "Raccoon Love" is about love, marriage, and divorce. Set in Brooklyn... Read More

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by Aleena Ortiz

In the urban thriller "Takedown", a tough woman works to overcome the tragedy and violence that’s steeped in her city’s history. Andrew Hudak’s thriller "Takedown" tackles the challenges of police work, the relation between sex and... Read More

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by Benjamin Welton

"Skinless" is an eloquent crime novel about a woman’s relentless desire to survive. In Maggie Moor’s provocative novel "Skinless", a woman views crime and ambition from within New York City’s dark spaces. After growing up in a... Read More

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Jesus and John

by Eileen Gonzalez

John must take the lead for the first time in his life to save himself and his beloved Yeshua in Adam McOmber’s otherworldly novel "Jesus and John". After the resurrection, Yeshua is not himself. Silent and unresponsive, He leads a... Read More

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