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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

Many Are Invited

by Karen Rigby

"Many Are Invited" is a fascinating psychological novel in which a man meddles in his married friends’ lives with disastrous consequences. In Dennis Cuesta’s beguiling and suspenseful novel "Many Are Invited", a man fuels a tragedy... Read More

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Alphabet Soup

by Jeana Jorgensen

"Alphabet Soup" is an educational, inviting guide to becoming an advocate for LGBTQ2+ inclusion at work. Michael Bach’s "Alphabet Soup" is a snappy, useful guide to ensuring that organizational policies include LGBTQ2+ employees. Part... Read More

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She Is Haunted

by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

Grief and reckoning take many forms in Paige Clark’s expressive collection "She Is Haunted". Haunting is most often a regret that tethers one to a place or people: that is the concept at the core of this collection. Every character is... Read More

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A Dancer in Depth

by Mari Carlson

Dancer in Depth is a raw performer’s memoir about active periods in show business. Stanley Howard Mazin’s memoir Dancer in Depth recounts a lifetime of professional dancing and acting, with stories shared in snippets. Mazin grew up... Read More

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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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