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Reviews of Books with 242 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 242 pages.

Book Review

Human Destiny

by Karen Rigby

The historical novel "Human Destiny" follows an earnest young man’s missions in the outback. In H. B. Waldegrave’s whimsical historical novel "Human Destiny", a Queensland boy witnesses an otherworldly intervention in the clash... Read More

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The Rising

by John M. Murray

"The Rising" is a heartfelt paranormal romance in which devoted parents are determined to vanquish darkness and protect their home. In Buffy M. Brinkley’s paranormal thriller "The Rising", a husband and wife steel themselves for an... Read More

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Untraceable

by Eileen Gonzalez

Two hardened men seek to relive their grisly pasts in Sergei Lebedev’s thriller, "Untraceable". A former Soviet agent who’s living in exile is murdered with an untraceable poison. This sets off a chain of events, altering the lives... Read More

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The Goode Guide to Wine

by Andrea Hammer

Jamie Goode’s full-bodied "The Goode Guide to Wine" tastes its way through the industry for consumers and the trade. Original, sensory-fused titles, including “Mouthfeel Matters,” frame the book’s short and easy-reading chapters.... Read More

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Wages of Death

by Eileen Gonzalez

"Wages of Death" is an intense, gripping fantasy, full of big adventures and bigger questions. In Peter Last’s fantasy novel "Wages of Death", a teenage assassin faces off against deadly traps, bloodthirsty monsters, and his burgeoning... Read More

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Defender of the Texas Frontier

by John M. Murray

An artful take on Texas history, "Defender of the Texas Frontier" fleshes out a legend. David R. Gross’s dramatic retelling of a historical legend, "Defender of the Texas Frontier", captures an era as it follows a young man’s rise to... Read More

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