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Reviews of Books with 251 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 251 pages.

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Odd Woman Out

by Mari Carlson

"Odd Woman Out" is a celebratory memoir in which the underside of fame is addressed with humor and wisdom. Actress and comedian Melanie Chartoff discusses her real-life search for serious love in "Odd Woman Out". Growing up in New Haven,... Read More

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Vagabond Song

by Thomas BeVier

The metaphorical temptation is unavoidable when it comes to delivering critical judgment on Marc Beaudin’s wedding of prose and poetry in a near fanatical paean to hitchhiking, that most humble manner of travel. So here’s a thumbs... Read More

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by Lynn Evarts

Pitch-perfect dialogue and laugh-out-loud humor make this mystery a quick and breezy read. When you’re a famous obituary writer for the local newspaper, everyone’s death is on your shoulders. Cub reporter Penny Perkins is sick of... Read More

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Journey Man

by Kristine Morris

William Claassen takes readers on a journey that spans thirty years, nine countries, and four continents in his travel memoir, Journey Man: A World Calling, and though his book has an ample share of odd and outlandish characters,... Read More

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by Jeannine Chartier Hanscom

Andy Stone is overwhelmed. His career as a reporter is in jeopardy, he is on the cusp of a new relationship, and he learns that his much-loved mother, Sarah, is once again struggling with cancer. Everything else in Andy’s life is... Read More

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Lethal Experiment

In his third Donovan Creed novel, crime novelist John Locke once again reveals his skill at creating likeable assassins and fast-moving plots that are neatly wrapped up by the end. Lethal Experiment’s “hero,” Donovan Creed, is a... Read More

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The Phoenix Rising

Robert Allen Sheppard is an officer in the fleet of the Alliance of Worlds who is on the fast track to an admiralship. He is dealing with a complex diplomatic and military situation exacerbated by the influx of advanced espionage... Read More

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Spirit Matters

Matthew J. Pallamary’s well-crafted and fast-paced memoir recounts his experiences growing up poor in a violent Irish Catholic Boston ghetto. This is not a book for the faint of heart; gang violence racial tensions drugs theft and... Read More

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