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Reviews of Books with 243 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 243 pages.

Book Review

Finding Sylvia

by Katerie Prior

"Finding Sylvia" is a thoroughly modern romance, both deep and complex. Alan Shayne’s "Finding Sylvia" is an unexpected romance, both a universal reflection of searching for love and a portrait of a man enraptured by an enigmatic... Read More

Book Review

Nonprofit

by Anna Call

Sardonic and painfully entertaining, "Nonprofit" is gallows humor for the public sector. In tackling the bitter subject of nonprofit fraud, Matt Burriesci’s "Nonprofit" is so agonizingly funny that do-gooders of all stripes will grind... Read More

Book Review

Fortune's Mail

by Barbara Bamberger Scott

“Through a fortunate discovery by our investigative branch, we were able to locate many parcels of mail determined to have been lost. As required by law and our obligation to you, we are completing the service you have entrusted us... Read More

Book Review

Budge

by Christopher Soden

"Budge" is one of the more quirky, unconventional, picaresque novels to come along in a while. It can be pleasurable, if the reader is willing to roll with Osborne’s approach to prose, which is original, if not necessarily expedient.... Read More

Book Review

King Tut's Gold

True wisdom is less presuming than folly. The wise man doubteth often and changeth his mind; the fool is obstinate and doubteth not; he knoweth all things but his own ignorance. —Akhenaten King Amenhotep IV the tenth Pharoah of... Read More

Book Review

The Frugal Book Promoter

by Maryann Miller

Most authors yearn for the Golden Age of publishing when the only imperative for a writer was to write. It was up to the publisher to edit, market, and promote the finished book. That is no longer so in this market-driven era, and this... Read More

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