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Reviews of Books with 256 Pages

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

Book Review

The Peached Tortilla

by Rachel Jagareski

Eric Silverstein, a Chinese and Jewish American chef who grew up in Japan and Atlanta before moving to Texas to start a food truck, restaurant, and catering business, draws upon his culturally rich experiences to serve up “modern Asian... Read More

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Chop Shop

by John M. Murray

In Andrew Post’s thrilling and unsettling novel "Chop Shop", characters are sent into a churning mass of violence and gore. Ex-con Frank Goode returns to his medical roots, operating out of his kitchen for various criminal elements.... Read More

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Indecent Advances

by Linda Thorlakson

James Polchin’s "Indecent Advances" extracts more than its title from true-crime press clippings dating back to the 1920s, examining both what appeared in print and what was sanitized or excluded. “Indecent advances” was just one... Read More

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The Gifts We Keep

by Camille-Yvette Welsch

In her novel "The Gifts We Keep", Katie Grindeland layers revelations over misunderstandings to spin a complex and ultimately unsustainable web of secrets between a family, their neighbor, and the ten-year-old girl who comes to stay with... Read More

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Saturday's Child

by Aimee Jodoin

Children of sometimes difficult parents will find this clear-eyed and cathartic memoir to be sympathetic. More than a memoir, Deborah Burns’s Saturday’s Child is a tribute to her mother Dotty, a powerhouse of a woman whose role in... Read More

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