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Reviews of Books with 256 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 256 pages.

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Witch Hunt

by Matt Sutherland

Why witches? What accounts for our Western fascination with women who hex and heal, summon demons and project power, eschew religion yet embrace religious iconography, live contentedly in darkness, anonymity, and seclusion? Most... Read More

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Earth Almanac

by Rebecca Foster

“Writing about experiences afield is a way of reliving them,” environmental reporter Ted Williams writes in "Earth Almanac", which synthesizes half a century of his nature observations into essays that mark the changing of the... Read More

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Forget Me Not

by Karen Rigby

In Sarah M. Eden’s graceful historical romance "Forget Me Not", a marriage is arranged between once-friends who grew apart. Julia always looked up to her neighbor, Lucas, as a beloved older brother. But Lucas left for an adventurous... Read More

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The Nazi Spy Ring in America

by Monica Carter

Rhodri Jeffreys-Jones’s riveting historical study, "The Nazi Spy Ring in America", concerns Germany’s efforts to infiltrate America in the 1930s through espionage. In the prewar period, espionage agents led by Admiral Canaris, the... Read More

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A Door Between Us

by Ho Lin

Politics, family frictions, and divided loyalties collide in Ehsaneh Sadr’s engrossing novel, which is set during the aftermath of Iran’s controversial 2009 presidential election and subsequent “Green Wave” protests. The families... Read More

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by Michelle Anne Schingler

D. A. Mishani’s "Three" is a gripping novel that begins with an affair and continues through the salacious surprises and everyday horrors of contemporary dating. What pains Orna most about her recent divorce is that her ex-husband is... Read More

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The Collective

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

"The Collective" is Lindsey Whitlock’s alternative American history novel. It’s set in the early 1800s in rural Badfish Creek, a community deep in the Illinois territory where trappers, escaped slaves, and anarchists build their... Read More

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Raven's Witness

by Bianca Bowers

Slow down and contemplate how progress has come to trump stability through Hank Lentfer’s evocative, absorbing, and relevant biography Raven’s Witness—a timely reminder to replace “never enough” mantras with those that... Read More

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