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Reviews of Books with 252 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 252 pages.

Book Review

Breathing Lake Superior

by Meg Nola

In Ron Rindo’s gripping novel "Breathing Lake Superior", a grieving man goes on a troubled religious odyssey. Sixteen-year-old John lives in suburban Milwaukee with his mother and stepfather, Anna and Cal, and his stepsister, JJ.... Read More

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Fit for Duty

by Randi Hacker

The unflinching thriller "Fit for Duty" reveals the brutalities and barbarities of war via a career military psychiatrist who faces new scrutiny. In K. A. Kron’s thriller "Fit for Duty", an army psychiatrist’s decision to send a... Read More

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Animal Bodies

by Dontaná McPherson-Joseph

Death and desire take many forms in Suzanne Roberts’s essay collection "Animal Bodies". Across three sections, two concepts rise to the fore: grief and discovery. In the immediate sense, the first section is about death, specifically... Read More

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Insufficient Funds

by Melissa Wuske

"Insufficient Funds" is a unique biographical account of American architectural legend Frank Lloyd Wright. Bankruptcy lawyer Peter C. Alexander’s engaging biography of Frank Lloyd Wright, "Insufficient Funds", focuses on the... Read More

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