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Reviews of Books with 244 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 244 pages.

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These Bodies

by Tanisha Rule

In the whirling, spirited short stories of Morgan Christie’s "These Bodies", familiar concerns meet metaphorical otherworldliness. Unable to find seasoning salt anywhere in town, a woman finds a store on a previously unseen street; she... Read More

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Oldogs

by Benjamin Welton

In the fast-moving political thriller "Oldogs", a motley intelligence crew takes on an international and devious terrorist team. Kip Cassino’s weird and wonderful novel "Oldogs" is about a rogue Kazakh warlord, stolen nuclear weapons,... Read More

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My Storied Year

by Aimee Jodoin

A seventh grader grows from an angry, insecure boy with dyslexia into a confident, hopeful young man in Katie Proctor’s middle grade novel, "My Storied Year". Dragon Stewart hates school. He’s a year older than his seventh-grade... Read More

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Travels with Hafa

by Karen Rigby

Nathan Pettijohn’s record of an adventure in an RV celebrates open spaces through its easygoing narration. Nathan Pettijohn’s forthright travel narrative "Travels with Hafa" gathers linked, chronological sketches and essays about... Read More

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The SCOTUS Affair

by John M. Murray

In the tight, twisting thriller "The SCOTUS Affair", an affable detective pursues the truth about a far-reaching political conspiracy. In Stephen L. Bruneau’s thrilling novel "The SCOTUS Affair", Detective Dimase Augustin returns to... Read More

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