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Reviews of Books with 238 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 238 pages.

Book Review

A Limey at Gettysburg

by Mari Carlson

"A Limey at Gettysburg" is a sweet historical story told against the backdrop of an agonizing war. In Eric Dennison and Robert Mitchell’s historical novel, "A Limey at Gettysburg", a carefree Brit with a weakness for women finds... Read More

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The Newspaper Widow

by Mya Alexice

While at first glance "The Newspaper Widow" seems like a standard historical mystery, that couldn’t be farther from the truth. Cecilia Manguerra Brainard’s novel is full and complex, overflowing with textured, fully realized... Read More

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Fried Oyster Sandwich

by Karen Rigby

"Fried Oyster Sandwich" is an entertaining account of lasting love. In Lloyd E. Gross’s alternative historical novel "Fried Oyster Sandwich", the confederacy won. The Kaufmann family of New Orleans is at the center of the... Read More

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Wilderhall

by Gary Henry

"Wilderhall" uses drama and show business as stages for a well-crafted, character-driven mystery. Secrets planted long ago bear tragic fruit for a thespian family in Jeanne Farewell’s entertaining, character-driven mystery,... Read More

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Djinn City

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Hossain’s story ripples with magic and just a dash of something twistedly angelic. Whatever your level of familiarity with beings mythological and godlike, rest assured: you’ve never journeyed with djinn like these before! Saad Z.... Read More

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The Stuff of Family Life

by Catherine Reed-Thureson

"The Stuff of Family Life", by Michelle Janning, is a fascinating sociological exploration of what material goods say about people and society. Examining both spaces and objects, the book looks at different life stages and the living... Read More

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