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Reviews of Books with 241 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 241 pages.

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The Postwoman

by Felicia Topp

A World War II heroine is brought to life in this humane, fast-moving historical novel. Michael Kenneth Smith’s riveting World War II novel "The Postwoman" is based on the life of Andrée De Jongh, who worked to help downed Allied... Read More

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Once upon a Galaxy

by Maria Siano

In this fantasy romance, Yvette believes she and Juan are destined to be together, and after eleven lifetimes of trying to find him, she is ready to give it one last try. In Once Upon a Galaxy: In Search of a Lost True Love, Jacqueline... Read More

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Finally OUt

by Elizabeth Millard

People who come out as gay in later life face challenges different from those who come out when they’re younger—they may have families, marriages, and professional colleagues who are affected by their seemingly sudden shift. Too,... Read More

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by Elizabeth A. Allen

Retired sixty-something Chris Landrum is back for another adventure in Washout, the latest entry in Bill Noel’s Folly Beach Mystery series. In his former life, Chris was an HR administrator, but he has traded this corporate career for... Read More

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Ancient Wisdoms

As the earth enters an astrological time known as the Photon Band, "Ancient Wisdoms" attempts to connect the wisdom of ancient cultures to today’s problems. “It becomes difficult to change current lifestyles after closing their door... Read More

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Become the Person You Were Meant to Be

The author compares the mind to a large astrodome with a tiny golf ball sitting on top. The golf ball is reflective of our conscious mind—what we are actually aware of—and the astrodome is the non-conscious mind, which includes those... Read More

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