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Reviews of Books with 239 Pages

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The Jewish Dog

by Jeff Fleischer

Kravitz’s canine narrator describes the events around him without understanding their full impact, offering a new perspective on the Holocaust. With "The Jewish Dog", Asher Kravitz succeeds in the difficult task of finding a new... Read More

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Silent Partner

by Allyce Amidon

In Stan Schatt’s "Silent Partner", a tabloid reporter into S&M and his lover of the week are found dead in a motel room, and Detective Frankie Ryan is back on duty just in time to get the case. As a woman in a male-dominated... Read More

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Blood Orange Soda

by Beth VanHouten

Larranaga has crafted a quality book with believable characters, even if some of them are vampires. "Blood Orange Soda", by James Michael Larranaga, is a coming-of-age young adult novel about a teenage vampire in the American Midwest.... Read More

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Reinvent the Heal

by Sheila M. Trask

Giving the health care system a thorough checkup, James T. Hansen diagnoses modern medicine with a critical loss of human connection, leading to poor outcomes for patients and physicians alike. In his memoir, Reinvent the Heal: A... Read More

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Dark Dawning

by Sheila M. Trask

It is 2034, and fighting factions struggle to gain control of dwindling fuel supplies in Dark Dawning: The Oil is Running Out, Auguste Dinoto’s debut novel. Catastrophic earthquakes in the Mediterranean Sea take out much of the... Read More

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by Barbara Bamberger Scott

“Change your mind – change your life.” Matthew D Harding is a philosophical consultant who runs Hybris Think Tank. In an online interview Harding states that Introductions…A Story about God will affect its readers because “it... Read More

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The Mystery of Table Mountain

by Gary Presley

Fans of the Western genre might expect a stoic hero astride a trusty horse intent on setting things right. They’ll get a measure of that in The Mystery of Table Mountain, but William Post’s first volume in a proposed trilogy is... Read More

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Crossing from one world to another is a trope of the memoir "Ghostbread", this year’s winner of Association of Writers and Writing Programs (AWP) Award for Creative Nonfiction. But Sonja Livingston is no mere tourist of the past; as... Read More

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